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Three People Rushed To Hospital After Truck & Minibus Collide In Bexon


On Monday, emergency personnel rushed three people to the OKEU Hospital after a truck and a minibus collided at La Bayee, Bexon.

The victims included the minibus driver.

Emergency responders said the collision left him trapped in his vehicle, and they had to extricate him.

Two minibus passengers, a man and a woman, also sustained injuries.

A Saint Lucia Fire Service Headquarters crew responded with a fire truck and an ambulance after receiving a distress call at about 3:13 pm.

A Dennery fire station ambulance also assisted in transporting the three accident victims to the hospital.

There are no further details at present.

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  1. There were three vehicular accidents along the Vieux Fort/Castries highway between Bexon and Mon Repos this afternoon. Whenever the road is wet drivers must learn to slow down! Be very cautious!

  2. Guess what brilliant people at infrastructure and Transport, put 2 more speed bumps in that location. Thats all what we know as a solution. Meanwhile Traffic Police will be in Office and bars and PJP will continue to only equip Police with vehicles. What about equipping them with Speed guns, breatherlysers and man power to Police our roads.

  3. Boy this country have serious problem to deal with if it is not death by gun it’s death by road accident or sometimes both combination. My question is why do we have so many schools and after school facility training programs that some people are lacking the basics as common sense lm I would advise the chief education officer to add this as a subject from pre school all the way up to cxc.

  4. SMLH I’m on par with you…if this government really care about the ppl and putting them first or any Gov’t for that matter…this is really a place to start by ensuring at the least that there are atleast 5 traffick officers at strategic locations in Bexon with proper equipments such as speed guns etc.cause we all know how treacherous this stretch of road is with more than half of st.lucia’s road fatality per year happens on Bexon highway..question is whether or not they really care about all this gun violence and wreckless driving accidents?….Johnpoblic really wanna know are those guys really there for their longsome pay cheques?ask per me I don’t think the hefty fines they now implemented on gun possession is any solution,just another form of milking the average man..if we look for ourselves the gun violence is even more rampant,they have more interest in the money than really stopping the killings….for instance a notorious gangster was caught with an illegal firearm and all you hear is that he was on$55000 bail,no interest in checking the ballistics of the weapon and whether or not it was involve in recent killings,this should have been so simple for the police by investigating on the notorious gangster dead enemies…do they even retrieve the bullets from victims and keep for such situations?…st.lucia is doomed!


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