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Violent Night – Three People Hospitalised After Dennery Shooting

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Emergency personnel from the Dennery fire station transported two men and a woman to the hospital on Thursday night after a shooting incident at White Rock, Dennery.

One man was in serious condition, while the other two patients were stable.

All the victims appeared to be in their thirties.

The Dennery fire station received a distress call at about 10.00 pm and, according to reports, transported the victims to the Dennery Hospital, later transferring them to the OKEU Hospital.

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There are no further details at present.

Headline photo: Screen grab from social media video

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Question the young Dennery guys that were found with the illegal firearm in the Audi a few months ago in Choiseul. Question ALL of them.

  2. A future generation of missing young men in St. Lucia; some dead and never to be seen, some injured with physical problems, and may not be in any condition to earn a living, others with minor conditions today but with years to come, who knows.
    This is a condition of a Godless Society – with Churches that are monuments only, denying the Holiness of the Almighty – Global signs of worse to come Economically threatening the livelihood of the whole Caribbean. (I can only urge all to find the Lord in Prayer: Amen,

  3. Japan is wholly atheistic. Yet they have one of the lowest murder rates in the world. This debunks your claim. It is an issue of disorderly lawless people. Black or white, the result is the same. They occupy the spectrum of chaos.

  4. The dirty system refuse to enact a minimum wage, so the criminals will be motivated to through away their gun guns in the Castries habour and go and work the odd jobs for 10 dollars an hour.. how can crime stop when thousands of private sector workers earn 2 to 3 dollars an hour working 12 to 16 hour shifts…

  5. Merry Christmas jingle bells jingle bells jingle all the way ho ho ho ho well Santa is not surprise not the least bit, I said between now and mid January while the concession runs will be deadly and so it’s shaping up to be. Joe Biden said he wants to block the sale of automatic SLR’s now there is a mad,mad, rush for them gee I wonder where some of them will end up? In cases like these there is nothing the police can do, they can’t be everywhere In every hole.

  6. I do not know about Japan. All I know, as a fact, is that if we have God in our lives our St Lucia will be a better place.

  7. Japanese have very strong spiritual beliefs; Buddhist and Shinto. The young people are respectful of their elders and generally people respect each other, and have a strong regard for the law and doing the right thing. Lessons to be learned perhaps…

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