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Four Dead As Plane Flying From Bequia To Saint Lucia Crashes

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The Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Coast Guard has confirmed the death of four people after a plane heading to Saint Lucia from Bequia crashed.

Coast Guard Commander Deon Henry told St. Lucia Times that at 12:08 pm on Thursday, January 4, 2024, the Coast Guard received a report that a plane had crashed into the sea off Bequia.

“The plane left Bequia for Saint Lucia with four persons on board,” Henry said.

He said a Vincentian piloted the light aircraft with three American nationals, a father and two young daughters, on board.

Henry said the weather was good.

Commander Henry disclosed that the Coast Guard and Bequia residents recovered the bodies.

According to reports, the plane was going to Saint Lucia to take the three Americans to catch another flight.

They had been vacationing in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

There are no further details at present.

Headline photo: Stock image.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. This is the second plane to crash. Guadeloupe. Now st vincent.This does not happen like this in the area. What is going on? Are they buying cheap airline parts? Are they not trained? Is there something bigger at play?

  2. @ Really now? That’s right. I’m wondering, are some people more aware now? @ Really now? People are just being crazy as if they took drugs. Guadeloupe 🇬🇵, Saint Lucia 🇱🇨, Viuex Fort and everyone, do not take drugs. They mess up your brain which helps you and you can’t control yourself. Also take no wine, you will be drunk which will damage your brain as well. We need to go into healthy fruit instead of foods that mess up your body and process of your brain. Drugs are chemicals or substances that change the way our bodies work. What a relief though. At least it was the sea. But that’s why you shouldn’t state things that you don’t know if it’s really true or false. Did others get hurt?

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