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Six People Transported To Hospital After La Croix Maingot Accident

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On Sunday, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) transported six people to the hospital after a vehicle plunged over a precipice at La Croix Maingot.

SLFS personnel responded with two fire trucks and two ambulances after receiving an emergency call at about 6:40 pm.

According to reports, the six vehicle occupants were initially trapped inside, but the emergency responders got them out.

Two of the occupants appeared to have sustained severe injuries.

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The cause of the accident was not immediately apparent.

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  1. What kind of vehicle? Is it a minibus, a pickup truck a car? Please be more specific.

  2. Not necessarily speed. Numerous other things can cause an accident. But this is the one to pray , hope and give support to the families if you can

  3. Most of the occupants and still unconscious. A number of broken limbs and spinal injuries. Prayers out to the occupants and their families

  4. All these accidents have a trend. Mini buses, Goods Vehicles head on collisions and private vehicles off precipices in recent times. Yet still no word or tangible action by Dept. of Transport. If a vehicel runs off the road u will hear OH Speed, with no proper investigation or analysis done by the autosities. SMH with Lucia. Are we becoming a Failed State?


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