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Dennery Woman Stabbed In The Neck

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Police are investigating a stabbing incident in Belmont, Dennery, Monday night.

Although the circumstances were not immediately apparent, the incident is believed to have been domestic-related.

Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) emergency responders received a call for assistance at about 7:50 pm.

The responders found a twenty-eight-year-old female with lacerations to the neck, treated the the injury, and transported her to the Dennery Hospital in stable condition.

Reports indicate that she has since been discharged.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. I hope the dennery hospital holds her for observation and dont do like okeu hospital and discharge her after a day or two like the man that got stabbed in collie town marigot and then dies two days after

  2. Folks, our country has been lost since 1997 when PM Kenny Davis Anthony took over from the late Sir John George Melvin Compton. The shocking fact which most people do not realize is that the homicide rate in 1996 was 8 per year and that increased to 40 per year by 2002. This represents a 400% increase. Similarly the Debt to GBP Ratio increased astronomically in that same period to little benefit for the country. The SLP government has be in power for 4 of the last 6 terms, they are responsible. You can find these facts with a simple google search, please go make yourself wiser.

  3. Uh-huh u moron. These are the facts. Because you’re a hack you refuse to accept that. Is this any better:

    “the homicide rate in 1996 was 8 per year and that increased to 40 per year by 2002. This represents a 400% increase. Similarly the Debt to GBP Ratio increased astronomically in that same period to little benefit for the country. The SLP government has be in power for 4 of the last 6 terms,”

  4. @Uh Huh, just had lunch so that may be true.

    @Not a Hack, all they can do is throw insults. Truth is they can’t disprove the facts. Maybe they are afraid it might not align with their political biases.

  5. @Sigh, everything is political everywhere these days and you cant tell if people tell the truth anymore because they could be financial/politically motivated.

  6. Corruption is everywhere and OH REALLY thats just a tiny bit of facts in the realistic term. I can’t be political motivated by no means but we only have 2 dominant political parties so one will build and one will destroy. Can you imagine I will hear that the back filling of pegion point still rest sour on some ancient people mind set, let alot the dredging of the marina, along with castries harbor and cul de sac as a trans shipping hub. How many jobs these developments have created ever since? Kenny destroy the hospitality sector, when a man go on record and said people shouldn’t invest in St. lucia and this same individual believe he was untouchable for 20yrs of someone life time as political leader that translated to someone only knowing that individual since birth, could it be equally be labelled that could be the core for crime because between the age of 20-25 is where you find the crime rate escalating? Rodney bay was once consider the economic zone for the island, the capital after hours use to be like choc burial ground after 8pm. Why Rodney Bay business community are unable to develop? The place are changing owners ship as if someone is changing their clothes… space will not permit. But kenny was and still is the destroyer the others follow suite end of story.

  7. @papa, I agree but it’s a shame that we only have these two options for leadership and I do not like either. Like you said with such a high youth unemployment it’s no wonder we have a serious crime issue. Young people with so much energy and nothing to do with it.

  8. It’s true papa “ The place are changing owners ship as if someone is changing their clothes……. So true you see the same business spots ,lots, locations, spaces in RB change hands over 10x constantly over the last decade in a half….can someone say M.Laundering…. Smph but back to the point of article… Lucians eat better, hydrate so your minds are more balanced , grounded and calm, cool down yo egos for Gods Sake!!!….

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