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Two Men Rushed To Hospital After Stabbing Incident In Castries

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Two men sustained stab wounds in the wee hours of Wednesday morning on St. Louis Street, Castries.

The men allegedly stabbed each other.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) responded after learning of the incident at about 1:26 a.m. and conveyed both individuals to the OKEU Hospital.

According to reports, the patients, aged 25 and 33, were stable at the time and did not appear to have sustained life-threatening injuries.

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  1. It is just sad how today, our grievances or disputes always ended up in life lost or blood shed. Is it that this island is converted by evil settlers? Or our life style has reduce to such and we lost our compass bearings? Who will agree that alcohol is the fuel for demonize life style?

  2. The country is plagued with witches, warlocks, obeah, voodoo and both young and old citizens are activity participants in this demonic activity. Some are actively in church while actively involved in witchcraft – well you can not serve two masters and if you choose the dark side, you will reap the consequences thereof of the dark side and you will have no peace — now do the math for yourself. No evil deed goes unpunished – the universal law of nature. You will reap whatever you so for real and you will bring damnation to yourself and your descendants by extension – and that’s reality.

  3. Peep helen is in chambles, peep, well when you partner with the kingdom of darkness for power, helen pays the price. never seen helen in such a state fo degredation

  4. Its really sad to see our country going to the grave. Alcohol and drugs dominate Helen. The politicians are greedy for money and power. The poor and less fortunate are being trampled on. The health sector is unbelievably useless, people dying like flies and the public service is unproductive, we do what we want and no one can do anything about it. Lord help us!!!

  5. The young men refuse to go and work in the private sector for 5 EC dollars an hour. It is fast money that they are after in vieux fort all they do is sell stolen jelly coconuts by the road side and smoke crack cocaine and marijuana and drink bounty rum

  6. @ Anonymous – you’ve hit a few Nails right on the head. Though you see some of them in Churches, yet they are blind; you don’t attain power by worshiping two masters. Your ascent into political power by means of the ‘old leaven’ and your much talking has unregenerated the Country into a state of chaos – ‘ steal, kill and destroy ‘ – your friend, the not too bright fat and lazy one is the wrong one for any Ministry; St. Lucia will continue to suffer as long as VooDoo, Witchcraft etc is rampant among the politicians and the people.
    Lord our Father you are the only one who can help; help us now, Amen


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