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Driver In Three-Vehicle Collision At Praslin Succumbs


On Monday, January 1, 2024, about 2:40 p.m., the Dennery Police Station received a
report of a vehicular collision, along the Praslin Highway.

At the scene, the officers observed a collision involving three motor vehicles.

One of the drivers was conveyed to a medical facility for treatment. He was later identified
as Clement Casimir, a sixty-one-year-old (61) resident of Grande Riviere, Gros-Islet.

On Wednesday, January 3, 2024, police were informed that Clement Casimir passed
away at the medical facility.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. It is as if St Lucians no longer care about living under a SLP Government leadership anymore.

  2. Our road ways are practically a death trap. Not just poor roads it is the damage the vehicle sustain when a wheel drop in one of the craters, sometimes an arm bend or a something go out of alignment causing accident because the driver is just aware of the damage done due to the unavoidable Carter it drop in. Now you may tried to avoid going into the crater while subcontiously getting into a collusion with a coming traffic. Talk the pattern of driving is different from actually be behind the wheel. The roads are practically abortion roads now.

  3. @Anonymous, what in the world are you trying to say, you’re typing utter nonsense, please take some time to proofread your comments or at least allow a friend to review your comments then post it. @OHREALLY, again what is it with the POLITICS/GOVERNMENT is there anything that the government does right when people are the ones who cause the event to take place… When does one take responsibility for their actions? It’s always politics/government in the country my goodness. Please drive safe out there everyone, use extra caution and always look out for other drivers speeding may not necessarily be the best thing to do just be safe and get to your destinations in one piece.


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