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Man Rushed To Hospital After Dennery Shooting

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Police are investigating a shooting in Dennery on Monday, resulting in injuries to a male individual.

Emergency responders from the Dennery Fire Station received a call for assistance at about 11:30 am and transported the patient to the Dennery Hospital.

Reports indicate that the shooting occurred near the beach, and the victim was shot multiple times.

His medical condition and the circumstances surrounding the shooting were not immediately apparent.

Monday’s incident followed Saturday night’s fatal shooting of a man at Bois Jolie, Dennery.

Police identified the deceased as Jackson Wilton, 33, alias ‘J.J’.

The deceased’s body was at the side of the road with a gunshot wound to the head.

Dennery residents suspect a possible link between the two incidents.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. PPL PUT THE GUNS DOWN, ALL THE MEN ARE DIEING, WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE NEXT GENERATION. TRY AND STOP THE KILLING.

  2. More women for the men that’s left… Alas, fellas killing eachother over shenanigans. If only they knew how precious their lives are, they would not throw it away so carelessly. Stop the killing fellas, and enjoy life, enjoy the company of the sweet women we have on island instead of the company of ppl who cause y’all to kill eachother.

  3. Some ppl finding it hard to enjoy the sweet women and life in Lucia. No work, no opportunity unless u go beg a Politician. So to feed self and family forced to engage in ………

  4. In the devil’s playbook Saint Lucia is right on target to become “the hell-hole of choice” for the demons of hell in this region of the world! Shame.

  5. Since 1997, our country has faced serious challenges under the SLP leadership. In 1996, the homicide rate was just around 8 per year, but by 2002, it had surged to 40 per year, a staggering 400% increase. The Debt to GDP Ratio also skyrocketed during this time, with little benefit to the country. The SLP government has been in power for 4 out of the last 6 terms and shares responsibility for these issues due to their failed policies. You can verify these facts with a quick online search for “macrotrends Saint Lucia murder rate chart.” It’s time to get informed and take action. Let’s rally and urge our government representatives to do better, embracing proven strategies that can steer us toward a brighter future.

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