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Two Vehicles Collide At Corinth

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Two vehicles, a minibus and a Suzuki SX4, collided Saturday night on the Corinth main road, Gros Islet.

The accident happened near Rayneau Construction & Industrial Products while the vehicles travelled in opposite directions.

The Gros Islet fire station received a call for assistance after 10:00 pm, responding with a fire truck and an ambulance.

But according to reports, the vehicle drivers involved in the collision declined ambulance transportation to the hospital.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Mini bus again. Min busses are the cause of vehicles insurance to be so expensive. Cool out mini bus drivers.

  2. Is it only in St. Lucia? vehicles traveling in opposite directions come into collision? were any drinking on Saturday night or heavy on Weed? I guess its too late to find out. St. Lucia no change, the same ‘Yesterday, today and Tomorrow’ – a little Sunday Church with prayers wouldn’t hurt. Life in St. Lucia today shouldn’t always be ‘Party’

  3. The faster you drive the more fuel you burn. And it increases the chances of not getting to your destination. Wise up.

  4. Dumbest comment ever @Bolo Byron. Compare the number of accidents with minibusses to those with other vehicles

  5. Not sure why but I read this a lot …individuals involved in automobile collisions in St. Lucia refusing or declining to be transported to the hospital for medical assessment/evaluation. I pray that all parties are ok….however,
    I am not certain if folk in St. Lucia realize even if you feel ok at the moment while adrenaline is in motion ..the body is fragile and wisdom would say go get yourself checked out especially for internal injuries which may not be visible from the outside ….

  6. i am sure it was the minibuses fault these fellas driving ridiculously fast on the roads and the way they act is as if you that have to give them room on the road. there is a specific bus M600 from canaries that likes to drive like a bully and bully you off the road driving very close to your bumper and overtaking recklessly.

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