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Vehicle Crashes Into Pole At Marisule

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On Saturday, a Toyota Vitz crashed into a pole after colliding with a Range Rover at Marisule.

The vehicles were traveling in opposite directions.

Emergency personnel from the Gros Islet Fire Station responded with a fire truck and an ambulance after receiving a call for assistance at about 9:30 am.

They assessed the driver of the Toyota, who declined emergency transportation to a medical facility.

Over the past few days, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) has been busy responding to road incidents despite appeals to road users to exercise caution.

On Friday night, emergency responders rushed three people to the OKEU Hospital after two motorcycles collided at Marisule.

The bikes were traveling in opposite directions near the Courts Saint Lucia Marisule branch.

Earlier, on Friday afternoon at about 2:00 pm, three vehicles collided at Escap along the Micoud Highway, resulting in the death of one man.

So far, in 2024, Saint Lucia has recorded six road fatalities.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Yes….if thTs true then road safety will finally get some attention by the lazy authorities.

  2. Every day that island has a trama awa the devil looking for their payment..I’m wondering how these heartless politicians feeling

  3. It would not surprise me to find they crashed head-on, because one was trying to avoid the large potholes all along that stretch! They can implore for road safety all they want, but if the roads themselves are not safe to drive on…

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