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Two People Hospitalised After Multiple Vehicle Collision At Union


Emergency personnel from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) transported a man and a woman to the OKEU Hospital on Wednesday after a multiple-vehicle collision at Union, Castries.

SLFS spokeswoman Stacy Joseph disclosed that at approximately 7:55 am, Babonneau Fire Station personnel received word that four vehicles were involved.

The SLFS Communications Officer said the responders, with assistance from the Gros Islet fire station, treated a female in her mid-twenties who had a head laceration and complained of head pain.

Joseph said the emergency crew also treated a man in his thirties who had generalised body pain.

And the crew transported both accident victims to the hospital in stable condition.

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  1. smdh why was that black lexus car driving so fast down that stretch of road he was the one who cause this pile up. everyday someone either driving to fast or these bike that go to that car wash opposite km2 always riding reckless and popping wheelies


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