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Two People Transported To Hospital After Vehicles Collide At Bois D’Orange

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Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) personnel transported two people to the OKEU Hospital Wednesday after their vehicles collided at Bois D’Orange.

The emergency response at about 10:15 pm involved crews from the SLFS Headquarters in Castries and the Gros Islet fire station.

Videos on social media showed the mangled metal of two vehicles that collided – one with KFC Delivery marking on the side and a minibus.

Fire Service Communications Officer Stacy Joseph disclosed that on arrival, the responders found a minibus driver trapped in his vehicle and used extrication tools to free him.

“The driver of the other vehicle was found on the ground complaining of body pain,” Joseph said.

She explained that the responders immobilised the patients who sustained various bodily injuries.

Afterward, the patients were transferred to the waiting ambulances, where the emergency personnel treated their wounds.

The emergency crews then rushed the patients to the OKEU Hospital for further medical care.

 

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. As the PM said, if we drive with more safety and less Speed we all can get to our destination. For the past years there always accidents on our roads,, Especially this year , several accidents every day here. We cant be putting speedi bumps all across the highway all over the Island. Everyone will be late if thats the case.

  2. I suspect KFC was responsible, because it looks like they train these fellas on a grand turismo game

  3. Lucian are hungry belly people they don’t cook, most girls prostitute themself for KFC. sadly this is not the platform but stop buying Kill Furry Chicken

  4. i dont know which one to say is really at fault cause the bus drivers do papisho on the road to but I am pointing a finger at the kfc van. Yall dont see how fast and reckless these guys drive and also ride their bikes to go and deliver food? I believe the Commissioner of police or who ever is in charge needs to have a talk with who ever is managing these kfc outlets.

  5. @stop datttt
    you saying look at the man with his phone but what about the person doing the recording you are now watching? Hmm? most times when the videos you dont want to see come out are taken by the police or first responders themselves that send it out for their friends so what’s the difference

  6. Doddell. With no evidence, no facts, no info. no data u already talking about speed. 2 vehicles collide head on. How does hv anything to with speed. Obviously there was either wrong judgement or mechanical failure. If i driving whatever speed in my lane and you at the same speed in your lane. We cannot collide. So you actually repeating the rubbish that is being said. No wonder

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