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Seven People Hospitalised After Three Road Accidents Within An Hour In Castries

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Emergency personnel from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) responded to three road accidents in Castries within one hour on Wednesday, transporting seven people to the OKEU Hospital.

According to reports, a goods truck overturned at Active Hill, Castries, injuring three individuals, one of whom was trapped in the vehicle.

The SLFS received a distress call regarding that incident at about 1:15 pm.

Less than an hour later, at about 2:00 pm, the emergency responders received a call for assistance concerning a Suzuki Swift that had veered off the road and down a precipice at La Toc, Castries.

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Three people sustained injuries as a result.

And around the same time as the La Toc accident, a male motorcyclist sustained injuries on Chaussee Road, Castries.

According to reports, the rider fell off the bike.

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  1. @ Observer, ignorance is a disease that can be cured with knowledge it’s not a disability so stop making ur self mentally challenge

  2. J Dorn, that’s funny but too good to be true.
    Observer:- Like ‘Flip Wilson’ used to say, “the devil made me do it”.
    Let me just say, the times we’re living in is indeed ” the END TIMES ” so get used to it; you haven’t seen anything yet. There’s this well educated Law Professor who invited and chose St. Lucia for an ‘International Witches Conference’ ; at a time when we need Developers and Businesses to invest in St. Lucia, you see it fit to conduct devilish forces of darkness to plague this Island even worse. [ Call on the Lord Jesus Christ before it’s too late ]


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