Emergency personnel transported six people to the OKEU Hospital on Monday after responding to a report of a collision between a minibus and a car on Morne Fortune, Castries.
The six were among nine who sustained injuries.
Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) Communications Officer Stacy Joseph said Castries Headquarters received a call for help at about 7:50 am.
Joseph told St Lucia Times that with assistance from the Gros Islet Fire Station, the headquarters responders triaged nine individuals who sustained various injuries in the incident.
However, the SLFS spokeswoman disclosed that three people
declined transportation to the medical facility and signed release
Joseph said the six others were in stable condition en route to the hospital.
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you see that intersection by the governor general house if you dont know how to maneuverer yourself quickly there its a death trap. that little mirror they put there so you can see the oncoming traffic descending is really not efficient especially during the day.
One trick i can share with you guys if you are coming from the la toc side and you want to exit to the right all you have to do is angle your vehicle a bit more to the left and dont stay to much in the center and then straighten it that way if you move off and a vehicle is already approaching you have enough space and time to be on your side of the road before the oncoming vehicle hits you, just please dont be slow in doing it like some of you do being in a rush to move out ahead and then yall driving really slow in front of people.
Its a Must you must Go Extremely Left in Order to turn Right Because Most Of the Vehicles Decending will Never Remember to Be Extra Careful.I find that Ministry of Infastructure SHould try to Correct that problem .Too many Accidents at that Intersection of this Road
EVERY DAY ST LUCIA HAS A DISTRACTION MY PEOPLE GOD IS WATCHING ST LUCIANS..EVERYONE IS IN A HURRY A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE ANGRY..SO MANY JOBS LOST ST LESI FINNI