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Male Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle At Praslin

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A vehicle struck a male pedestrian at Praslin on Wednesday, resulting in his hospitalisation.

The Dennery fire station responded after receiving a distress call at about 6:20 pm, treated a man in his thirties and transported him to St. Jude Hospital for further medical attention.

There are no further details at present.

But earlier this week, a female pedestrian succumbed at the OKEU Hospital after a trailer truck incident at the intersection of Laborie and Micoud Streets.

Police identified the deceased as 33-year-old Ciceron, Castries resident Chantal Cornibert.

The probe into her death is ongoing.

Saint Lucia has recorded nineteen vehicle collisions and 21 road deaths this year.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. gasa awa awa gas wat happening in this country?? something not right papa…i tired mannnn…..something wicked inna d place

  2. A combination of pedestrian thinking they are vehicles and drivers not caring too much. This is the only country where I’ve seen vehicles using the sidewalks as roads and pedestrians using the roads as sidewalks. This is an ass backwards places.

  3. “Saint Lucia has recorded nineteen vehicle collisions and 21 road deaths this year.” That i suspect should read 19 vehicles accidents involving fatalities but 21 deaths. So there is an accident or 2 where more than 1 life was lost. SMH. Misleading onformation.

  4. St. Lucia have too much bad mind, gossip n jealousy. From teacher to police even 2 neighbors. A ole kina mindset. It polluting the vibe. These things not normal dread

  5. Wickedness everywhere in every way. St Lucia has lost its soul, and y’all carry on Limin, Limin, Limin. Choops.

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