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Man ‘Unresponsive’ After Collision Between Motorcycle & SUV In Vieux Fort

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On Sunday, one man was unresponsive, while another sustained multiple injuries after a collision between a motorcycle and an SUV at Savannes Bay, Vieux Fort.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) said Crash Fire Hall and the Vieux Fort fire station responded after receiving a distress call at about 6:06 pm.

The emergency crews found that one victim had sustained multiple injuries but was conscious.

However, another man was ‘unresponsive with negative vitals’.

The responders transported both men to St Jude Hospital.

There are no further details at present.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. This according to the page this was posted 1 hour ago, roughly around the same time that Loop St.Lucia posted their take. How were they able to find information stating that the rider of said motorcycle died but you guys couldn’t? Time and time again SLT is proving to be untrustworthy when it comes to credible details. Example for the unbias ” Julien Alfred Strikes Gold” when she actually came 2nd for those who remember when they posted that. Many more examples but I am not trying to bash but only pleading that you guys do better and proof your stories before posting them because we your customers count on what you say.

  2. SLT post much more news events than the competition. They also censor more libelous comments before posting them. Their volume of comments far exceeds the competition. Also, SLT has to go in search of more stories than the competition.

    I have discovered that the competition covers the southern area a bit better than SLT. All in all, SLT does a pretty decent job for a small organization. Their rate of error is passable. The New York Times it is not.

  3. Your point about the competition covering the southern area better seems accurate in my experience. However, regarding their rate of errors comparing it to new york times is tough because new york is a state and has much more ground/news to cover. In retrospect, I would love to see a downturn on the frequency of errors / lack thereof information because I believe they can do it.

  4. Revoke all Bikers licenses- and weed out the reckless youth who make first responders and EMT’s work like slaves!!! What is so hard about revoking all motorcycle licenses- and assess the situation/ cause of all this!! We all know alot of them men ride bike like its their wish to experience horrific death.

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