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Epileptic Seizure Suspected In Castries Car Accident

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An epileptic seizure is suspected in a motor vehicle accident Friday on Jeremie Street, Castries.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) received a report at about 10:20 am that a driver suffered a seizure and collided with another vehicle.

As a result of the collision, the driver’s head hit the steering wheel and eyewitnesses said he spat out blood.

Emergency personnel who responded with a fire appliance and an ambulance transported the man to the OKEU Hospital in stable condition.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Wishing the primary and secondary victims all the best. May God grant healing and wholeness to you.

  2. How often do we check with the Doctor 3, 6, 9, 12 or none at all. Take a Physical at least twice yearly, checking blood levels. I check daily with the great healer, LORD JESUS.

  3. Now this is what I call an accident! On the other hand, driving while high or intoxicated or driving exceedingly fast and wreckless or without proper brakes or without insurance while causing damage to people or other property IS NOT an accident. Thankful this did not happen at higher speeds. Recover well to all involved.

  4. Very dangerous situation he should not be driving he could have been driving on the 4 lane which would spell disaster

  5. Now hear the funny thing the police have to take him to court to suspend his driver’s license until further medical examination.

  6. @ Awa…I saw awah to that. At the rate police moving with traffic offenses, we all will be dead before this happens. Traffic police seem overwhelmed with their own work and they refuse to change archaic processes to settle accident reports. Talk about a failed system that the RSLPF refuse to make better knowing that people lives (insurance claims) depend on the police reports.

  7. @Awa. No one knows when they gonna have a seizure,faints or worst, your comment made u sound ignorant asf, just wish the guy good health and be thankful no one else got hurt🙏🏼

  8. HISTORY OF SEIZURES OR NOT, THEY DONT GIVE WARNINGS OR SIGNS ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT TRIGERS IT YOU WILL KNOW, ALSO ITS ALWAYS GOOD TO HAVE SOMEONE WITH YOU, GET WELL SOON.

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