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Two Escape Injury After Vehicle Bursts Into Flames

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Two vehicle occupants escaped unscathed after it burst into flames while traversing the Barre De L’ Isle road on Friday morning.

According to an eyewitness, at about 11:00 am, smoke emanated from the FLOW vehicle, and the fire soon engulfed it.

The eyewitness told St Lucia Times that the two occupants were alerted to the danger when others saw the smoke and quickly exited before the flames consumed the vehicle.

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There are no further details at present.

Photos: Screen grabs from social media videos.

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  1. Maybe the vehicle had slow WiFi equipment inside, that self-destructed as it went past Digicel speedy lines.

  2. The vehicle is another victim of FLOW poor service….not even a vehicle they can maintain far less an Islandwide network …

  3. People check your radiators, reservoirs and windshield wiper fluid cointainers……whether u are in your own vehicle or a business vehicle you are responsible with you’re drivers license to maintain the structural integrity of your vehicles on the roads! Glad the Flow peeps are Irie.


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