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Two Men Hospitalised After Vehicles Collide

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Emergency responders from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) rushed two men to the hospital Friday after two vehicles collided at Sunny Acres near Gablewoods Shopping Mall.

Both men were the sole occupants of their vehicles.

According to reports, the vehicles were travelling in opposite directions when one of them lost control and veered into the path of the other on the dual carriageway.

Both drivers appeared to have sustained minor injuries.

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The Saint Lucia fire service responded with an ambulance and a fire truck after receiving a call for assistance at about 7:46 am.


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  1. Went through the emergency section of the median….Infront of gablewoods gap….he was heading north.

  2. Make it make sense. So many questions?

    What was the speed?
    Was there an obstacle in the road which caused sudden diversion?
    Was the driver having a seizure or distracted?

    I really wish there was a programme on air to explain the physics at play and the factors which cause some of these accidents. We may learn how to drive more effectively on these roads or improve our road design.

  3. And imagine…the insurance companies will still give the Rav4 owner hell! Some won’t give 1 cent of benefit if they don’t have a police report that takes months. Ripoffs


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