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Two People Injured In Cap Estate Road Accident

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Two people sustained injuries on Tuesday when a tuck and a car collided at Cap Estate, Gros Islet.

According to initial reports, the accident occurred shortly before 7:00 pm.

The two people who sustained injuries were both occupants of the car.

However, the driver, who was the truck’s sole occupant, is reported to have been unhurt.

There are no further details at this time.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Lydia- dem news sources cannot even identify the make/ model/ colour of the vehicles, far less for a license plate!! Think you are asking for too much this festive season! Bad news travels at the speed of light in this damned country so be thankful you didn’t get a call! Cheers and always put Him first!

  2. Well the Dashcam footage is out from another vehicle & that car was totally in the wrong…Overtaking in a corner & driving at that rate of speed on those tight Cap estate roads.License should be taken away & good thing the truck driver wasn’t injured.

  3. I agree @Wayne Gerard…I saw it too and that car driver was ridiculously reckless. These dash cams are coming in very handy lately…but yet that car driver is sure to be back on the road without consequences…SLU to the world

  4. there are no traffic laws in st lucia. accidents every week. no solutions to put those drivers in their place. lawlessness abounds. failed state under the slp.

  5. There are reckless drivers who don’t give a f about other road users. If you are reading this and you are a driver, I am sure you have witnessed atleast one doing shate today. That’s an indication of lawlessness and breaking laws without consequences.

  6. More so if the news source check their grammar before posting would be little more right than ridiculous. Tuck…

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