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Man Succumbs After Bois D’ Orange Vehicle Accident

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On Saturday 29 July, 2023, Officers of the Gros Islet Police Station responded to a report of a vehicular accident at Bois D’ Orange, along the Julian R Hunte Highway.

On arrival, Officers were informed that a male individual who was the lone occupant of the motor car ran into a wall fencing.

He was later identified as twenty-one (21) year old Keegan Louis of Degazon, Gros Islet. He was pronounced dead on the scene by a medical practitioner.

A post mortem examination is scheduled for a subsequent date.

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force wishes to extend condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo from social media.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. It would be interesting to know if a blood sample was taken for alcohol or drugs. Someone must have known where he came from the night. Sad to see the young people loose their lifes like this. I think thats the second bad accident in that same spot. The bustop there was riped of by an accident last year too.

  2. HE WAS ASLEEP IN BED AND GOT A CALL FROM HIS SISTER WHO ASKED TO PICK HER UP FROM BEING OUT @DODDELL .. RIP YOUNG BLOOD

  3. I don’t understand some people, the man can’t even die and Rest In Peace, you have to associate his death with drugs and alcohol, even though the article never mentioned it.

  4. Drivers need to learn to wear seatbelts when they are in a vehicle. The number of drivers and passengers who don’t wear seatbelts in Saint Lucia is shocking. People need to realise that in an accident you have no control over your body. You are basically a rag doll. The seatbelt is the only thing available to keep you stable. Please wear it.

    P.S Not saying that this was the case in this accident though. Ma Tay la!

  5. Trying to figure out the location based on the image…mnc? Sunbelt? I see endless construction material. Speed. Sad sad.

  6. I think its high time St. Lucia begin the process for ‘ STATE OWNED BUSSES ‘ and instead of Cash, institute ‘TICKET’ payment. Now this has nothing to do with some private vehicle drivers who drive with little regards on the Road, but it would in a way put a dent in the competition. What would also help is, heavy fines for Alcohol drinkers found driving and jerk the license for habitual offenders. Why do more accidents happen at happen places than others?

  7. R.I.P. SIR, AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICE A BLACK DOG WITH NO DAMAGE MINDING HIS BUSINESS.

  8. Good observation Sexygirl. Maybe the dog could tell the story. Nevertheless the authorities need to take strong actions against those who break the roaroad rules before they break anything else. Slow down my people

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