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Two Injured In Bexon Shooting

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Two men sustained injuries from a shooting incident in Bexon on Thursday evening.

According to reports, the two were among a group of individuals on their way home when masked men shot at them.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) said it dispatched emergency personnel to the scene after receiving a call for assistance.

But on arrival, private transportation had already taken the young male victims to the hospital.

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There are no further details at this time.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. It’s only going to get worse. The harder the times the harder they fall. The times are getting harder, and desperation is settling in.

  2. The Minister of National Security have never address this Lawlessness in St.Lucia at all.The Acp incharge of Crime heve to get down to the Basics to Root out these Firearms incidents

  3. The government refuse to enact a minimum wage so that the criminals will be motivated to go and work. But when you are earning 3 dollars an hour working 12 to 16 hours a night crime will never stop as it is the system that is responsible for the predicament that we are in

  4. You think that a minimum wage would make criminals go look for work? Really? If you have your issues with minimum wage then deal with it. What you should do is Urge your government to tackle the crime surge. But then, how could they when they are maligned with the same problem. One has alleged ties to Juffali and misrepresented a transaction of a land rover he bought for himself and was ably supported by the PM in court. Have you ever seen the PM in court for any ordinary person? How do you think that the magistrate felt? Another has his visa revoked. Still another is accused of carrying extra-judicial killings by his same government. Yet another was recently charged with a criminal offence. So tell me, do you still think minimum wage is the problem? For sure i know these government officials are not getting minimum wage.

  5. Who gave the Oder for the Guard to let loose the murderer from prison in Barboneau? is the guard still in Uniform and on Salary? why is Fredrick Suing Chastanet for something said in the House? why are highly paid Government Ministers not using their time, excesses of money in hunting down these criminals and bring them to justice? its not a matter of minimum wages, its a matter of criminal minded sluggards, too lazy to workand rather find an easy prey to ‘steal kill and destroy’ and the good book said, “In the latter days, lawlessness will abound” true you have not seen anything yet. North Koria is provoking a War in the Orient, Russia is escalating its War with Ukraine, and sooner WW3 starts. Your Tourist Industry will collapse and Policing??? let your Ministers take cover while Suing the Opposition. You better find a different Minister, the one in the Lords’ service.

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