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RSLPF Mourns Death Of Police Officer In Car Crash

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force RSLPF is mourning the death of a police officer on Wednesday after a vehicle crashed on the Bexon Highway.

The RSLPF identified the deceased as Shem Severin.

Reports indicate that the vehicle ran off the road and hit a tree.

Emergency personnel from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) rushed to the scene with a fire truck and an ambulance after receiving a distress call at around 4:27 am.

The responders transported Severin to the OKEU Hospital where a medical practitioner pronounced him dead.

The 31-year-old deceased joined the RSLPF in 2013.

There are no further details at present.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Simple Question!!!!!!!! Why were you driving above the prescribed 35 to 40 MPH (St Lucia Road Ordinance) on a major road way ????????? As a police officer you were to set the example for others……..

  2. Vehicle run off the road and hit a tree. Normally u would read from the Authorities oH DRIVE WITH DUE CARE AND ATTENTION. Like to lay blame at the driver. Now it’s a police none of that. Last time a yute run off the road bottom of Choc Hill even the PM made a statement about speed, like he was there. Anyways let this be a lesson to us. Respect the road. It has rules, speed limits, lanes etc. Follow them.

  3. THERE’S MORE TO THIS, IN TERMS OF OUR CULTURE FROM ONE GENERATION TO THE NEXT. LOOK AT THE AROUND HIS NECK 😍 IT MAY HAVE BEEN MOUNTED TO GIVE HIM PROTECTION IN HIS JOB AS A POLICE OFFICER. WE HAVE THIS GOING ON FOR YEARS AND YEARS IN OUR CULTURE, MOUNTING UP GOLD RINGS πŸ’ πŸ’ FOR PROTECTION. DO NOT A CROSS. THROUGH THE SPIRITUAL SENSE OR CONNECTION. JESUS CHRIST HAVE CARRIED HIS FOR HIMSELF AND NOT FOR US THROUGH HIS OWN TRIALS AND TRIBULATION. I AM MAKING THIS CONTRIBUTION TO REJOICE OVER THE POLICE OFFICER DEATH. LETS LOOK AT πŸ‘€ IT FROM A HIGHER SPIRITUAL ✨️ PERSPECTIVE !

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