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Motorcyclist Injured In Head-On Collision With A Car At Babonneau


A motorcyclist sustained multiple injuries after a head-on collision with a car at Paix Bouche, Babonneau, on Friday.

Emergency responders from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) rushed to the scene after learning of the incident at about 6:02 pm.

When they arrived, they found a man in his thirties on the roadside with a thigh fracture and other injuries.

The responders immobilised the patient and transported him to the OKEU Hospital in stable condition.

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  1. So many head on collisions, when each vehicle has their own side of the road, but in Lucia ppl are seemingly taught to drive or ride in the middle of the road. As long as nothing is done to revamp Transport and Traffic Dept. and Driving Schools are totally revamped it will another year of record accidents. For one i can NEVER understand why a driver going down the Highway stops to allow a vehicle from a minor road to exit. This on baffles me.

  2. Hit on the head? OMG!!! That is why you need to wear on the motorcycle safety. Even if you don’t make a fall yet. Those people are stupid.


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