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Five People Hospitalised After Dennery Road Accident

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Emergency personnel from the Dennery and Micoud fire stations responded Saturday after receiving a report of a collision involving three vehicles at La Caye, Dennery.

The emergency personnel learned of the collision at about 4:37 pm.

When they arrived on the scene, they encountered seven individuals involved in the accident, five of whom they transported to the Dennery Hospital.

The other two declined transportation to the medical facility.

All five accident victims conveyed to the hospital by the emergency responders were conscious and alert.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Its the weekend and it could be overdrinking; could also be carnival on the brain. isn’t there something more productive for people to do, rather than behaving like little children playing on the recreation grounds, calling it carnival. Shall we ever progress further with such a mindset?
    Why should Tax revenue support a Government Minister, enjoying carnival?

  2. It’s inevitable it’s a must. More yet to come. Let the party begins and the death toll will raises. The fete nation

  3. @ Fox. So everyone on our roads is involved in Carnival. What level of brainlessness is this?

  4. ???? why would anyone involved in a vehicle accident decline medical treatment — I hope all is well. However, not all injuries are visible from the outside – ????? — just saying.

  5. THE FOX, please, let people enjoy themselves. Life is hard enough in St.Lucia. Not everyone should be as miserable as you. Are you one of the Bible thumper? Leave and let leave, please.

  6. @ VISION & POLIUS:- Hi Guys how is it in carnival city? I guess you both and the rest are doing fine; there’s nothing wrong in having some fun; as a young teen, Derick & Roddy Walcott, myself and a few others each got a ‘Black Book’ for staging the very first ‘Road March’ for the first ever carnival from Teacher Alex’s home, walking with an initial ten of us, down the Choasee Road and back, joined with a number of about a hundred. There were only three Pans then to start with – no one could convince the Irish Brothers that this was only young boys having fun, no drinking, no costumes, no carnival kings and queens. Today it has turned to a great big thing with a Government Minister steering the Pot. Where the Honey is, there’s the Bee. Enjoy it boys, I’ll keep praying for St. Lucia, you’ll need it. Blessings

  7. just to let you guys know this had nothing to do with carnival, this accident happened just before you climb the hill to get to Fond Dor where they have the Jazz. One of those idiots was driving to fast and obviously overtaking coming around the corner

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