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Police Renew Road Safety Appeal After Fatal Crash In Micoud


On Friday, March 1, 2024, about 1:50 p.m., Police Officers attached to the Micoud Police Station responded to a report of a fatal vehicular collision which occurred along the Micoud Highway.

Emergency services, including paramedics from the Saint Lucia Fire Service, were dispatched to the location. Upon arrival, Police Officers discovered three (3) motor vehicles that had been involved in a collision.

Six (6) men who suffered injuries in the accident were attended to by medical personnel on the scene.

One (1) of the individuals, identified as thirty-two-year-old (32) Tristan Glasgow, a resident of Volet, Micoud, was conveyed to St. Jude Hospital.

Tristan Glasgow passed away due to the injuries he sustained.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force implores each motorist to exercise the highest degree of vigilance, when utilizing our roadways. Give due regard to road safety, your actions can make a difference.


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  1. There’s no Highway in St.Lucia for Mororist and Motor Cycle Rides to be Driving and Riding so Wreckless
    When these Drivers and Riders end up at the Traffic Court the Magestrate Should Suspend their Licence fot at least 20 years for Reckless and Dangerous Driving

  2. Sometimes the passengers encourage the driver to drive over speed limit. They always find the driver drive too slow and need to get home. Also if a driver is found driving over the speed limit and is engaged in reckless driving and a sensible passenger decides to correct him some insensitive passenger would curse off the sensible one. The driver would not put peace.

  3. And a lot of this is due to people going on the other side of the road to avoid all the potholes and damage to the vehicle from potholes!

  4. Fix de roads. We are supposed to drive on the left side of the road but because of the condition of the roads we now driving on left, right and center. Who do we blame?

  5. Dunia, do you know the place where the accident occurred at Escap? How many potholes are there? I am tired of saying because your leader is a professional Liar, you automatically become a liar too. So sad for you.

  6. @ Bolo Byron, you are absolutely correct. This roadway at Escap is one of the best in St. Lucia. Mind you, drivers are always colliding in the electric poles there because of the excellent road conditions. Within the span of eight months there have been about four broken electric poles—a staggeringly high number. Almost everybody is overspeeding in this area. What I find very strange in St. Lucia is that government vehicle drivers are as reckless as private vehicle drivers. That’s the result of a country where people don’t follow rules and regulations.


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