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Two Motorcyclists Injured In Separate Collisions


Two motorcycle riders sustained injuries after separate road incidents.

Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) Communications Officer Stacy Joseph said at 8:05 a.m. on Thursday, April 13, Gros Islet Fire Station officers received a call regarding a collision between a motorcycle and a car at White Rock in Grande Riviere.

Joseph said the crew encountered a similar incident at Rodney Heights in Gros Islet en route to the White Rock scene.

At Rodney Heights, the ambulance crew treated and transported to the OKEU Hospital a male individual in his early forties with trauma to his body.

Joseph said the patient remained in a stable condition during transportation to the medical facility.

The SLFS spokeswoman disclosed that an emergency medical crew from the Babonneau Fire Station responded to the White Rock incident.

According to Joseph, that crew treated a man in his early fifties who sustained injuries to his body and transported him to the OKEU Hospital.

And she stated that all other persons involved refused medical attention.

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  1. .. so when are the trafficpolice going to do anything about these motorcyclists breaking the law on any number of offences& charge them .. second time take their bikes from them ans sell them for a charity!?


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