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Four Youngsters Injured In Vehicle Collision At Massade

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Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) personnel assessed, stabilised, and transported four youngsters between 6 and seventeen to the Gros Islet Polyclinic after two vehicles collided at Massade, Gros Islet.

SLFS spokeswoman Stacy Joseph disclosed that at about 3:45 pm on Wednesday, the Gros Islet fire station responded after receiving a distress call.

Joseph said the responders found the four youngsters, all occupants of one of the vehicles in the collision, sitting on the roadside.

“They sustained various injuries, but all complained of pain to their heads and necks,” the SLFS Communications Officer stated.

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According to Joseph, the two drivers and others involved indicated that they were unharmed and had no complaints.

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  1. Please fix the bloody roads in cap I’ve been sayin this all along as well, the pot holes, Cabot’s construction vehicles PHoCKINg up the roads! Don’t mind they fixing a few holes their company CABOT Phockin up the roads period.…. Smph

  2. This is one thing never factored in huge hotel developments….governments never forsee the indirect expenses those so called investments place on our people by damaging already existing infrastructure. We like beggars…like tobaccept what we get without a fight!

  3. @Nooks and 105smph go post your idiotic comments somewhere else in what way is this the government or Cabot’s fault ???


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