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Police Identify Suspected Drowning Victim As 50-Year-Old American National

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On Sunday, November 26, 2023, about 11:10a.m, Officers of the Soufriere Police Station were responding to a report at the Sugar Beach Resort when they heard a cry for help.

They proceeded towards the sea shore where they observed a male individual carrying the lifeless body of a female individual out of the water.

CPR was immediately administered by the male individual but the victim was unresponsive.

Emergency Medical Technicians from the Saint Lucia Fire Service also responded and continued administering CPR.  The victim was transported to a medical facility via ambulance.

The victim, identified as Elena Norris, a fifty (50) year-old American National, was later pronounced dead by a Medical Practitioner.

A post mortem has been scheduled to determine the cause of death of the victim.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

 

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Asiay “Truth be Told”! Really? I more think some of you have cursed brain vessels to be typing nonsense each time!

  2. I JUST CANT FATHUM THAT, YOU FAMILY GO ON VACATION AND DROWN NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN, I COULD NT HANDLE SUCH BAD NEWS. SOOO SAD.

  3. They can just say is a tourist. What American visitor that. They’re afraid this will hurt the “fragile” tourism industry? Lawd put a foot if not a hand.

  4. She was everything sunshine, positivity and love. She made everyone feel special. Such a bright light in this world. Beautiful inside and out.

  5. She also was a dear friend of mine. She and her husband have always been an example of what true love looks like.
    Her beautiful smile, heart and laughter will forever be missed. Love you “Sis”.

  6. Elena and Tony a beautiful couple this is devastating to all of us who knew them they are family. They loved the beaches so please don’t create drama or blame thanks

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