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WATCH: Two Hospitalised After Ravine Poisson Crash

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Emergency responders transported two men to the hospital after two vehicles were involved in a ‘T-bone’ collision at Ravine Poisson, Bexon, officials say.

Such a collision occurs when the front of one vehicle strikes the side of another, forming the shape of a ‘T’ at the point of impact.

Friday’s incident involved a minibus and a Toyota Scion.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) responded after learning of the crash at about 7:25 a.m.

The emergency crew transported two male individuals who had sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Does this mean one of the vehicles was coming out of a minor road onto the main road. So many accidents at intersections in Lucia. Guess the Traffic or Transport Dept. hv not done such an analysis. Am betting is a novice driver who was told to “push your nose into the main road” All u eh see it’s time to revamp Dept. of Transport and Driver Instructors.

  2. Mini bus again !!! Mini bus drivers will do anything for a dollar. They are reckless, careless, overtaking anywhere, stop anywhere and so on.
    Common Ferdinand , speak to these guys.

  3. I notice that you can drive like a demented idiot (like a lot of minibus drivers), cause carnage and mayhem on the roads, with absolute zero consequences.
    When was the last time anyone got charged with dangerous driving?

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