Former police officer, Emmerson Donald, has been awarded more than $4 million in damages by the Supreme Court after suffering chronic problems from being exposed to toxic mould at Hamilton and Somerset Police Stations.

Former P.C. Donald, who was described as an outstanding officer with an exemplary record fell ill with chronic renal failure in 2003 attributed to the chronic mould, and later left the Police Service.

For more information read the Royal Gazette article published on 23rd February 2014, at for the article.

We wish all the best to Emmerson who will need further treatment moving forward, including a possible kidney transplant.