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Shots Fired In Dennery – One Man Hospitalised

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On Friday, a man sustained gunshot injuries to the right thigh and right arm after a shooting incident at Derniere Riviere, Dennery.

According to reports, the victim’s nephew allegedly shot him and was on the run.

But the circumstances of the shooting were not immediately apparent.

The Dennery fire station responded after receiving an emergency call after 2:00 pm and transported the shooting victim to the hospital.

He was in stable condition at the time.

Headline photo: File image.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. ok so what more the authorities need to put Dennery on a lock down and sweep the whole place. so the demons leave vf and they coming up they reach Dennery. is there a way to talk to those demons to know where they headed next?

  2. Dennery has so much poverty and a high rate of unemployment. The government need to enact a minimum wage so that the working slaves could earn more money an hour

  3. The inspector Just spoke about Modern Technology to assist the Shortage of Staff at the CID Department .He made Mention of .overnight Technology to assist the police .The Minister Responsible for Crime have never address this problem.Vehicles and Motor Cycles don’t Solve crime

  4. every time I pass in babonneau there is a police vehicle by a rumshop. is it that they looking to see if the escapees is drinking rum

  5. Realist. To me everytime i pass Gros Islet there is also a Police vehicle by a bar. Wes should maybe start taking their pictures and post in the Minister of National Security fb page. So he can see where the vehicles they had a whole news item about is actually being used to do.

  6. You can’t miss a police vehicle at every rum shop, take a look at some of them I guess that’s where they begin paid to be it’s a disgrace

  7. Wait! Patience! How long for? I don’t know but the motor cycles will now solve the crimes.

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