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Two People Hospitalised After Collision Involving Truck And Coaster

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Emergency personnel from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) rushed two people to the hospital after a goods truck, and a Coaster with visitors to Saint Lucia on board collided.

According to reports, an ambulance transported a visitor and a local who sustained injuries to the hospital.

The accident occurred after 5:00 pm along the Millennium Highway.

There are no further details at present.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Goods vehicles around knock-off time…..have to get back to base because I eh getting paid overtime. Lets not forget the horrible bus crash with one a few months ago along the Bexon stretch. I know some actions will be taken by that Blue lazy Man based on the people involved.

  2. VISITORS OR TOURISTS GETS THEIR BUSINESS SOLVED FAST. LOCALS ARE NOT RECOGNIZED IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY. SMH.

  3. i really dont understand how the tunnel highway is in such a deplorable condition which forces drivers to drive slowly but yall having accidents. It just baffles me. and further more that is not a Coaster that is a Bus, “Coaster” is the model name of a vehicle associated with the make/brand of vehicle for example Toyota Coaster” the bus the tourists were riding on was a different make and model of vehicle.

  4. @ ma malay…you would think news people would get that right about coasters…clorox….squeezy….jeep etc.

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