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Saint Lucia Fire Service Announces Network Interruption


The Saint Lucia Fire Service regrets to inform the public, of an interruption in the network on Monday 18 March from 9:00 p.m.

As a result, all services, including phones and servers will be down.

Please be informed that the emergency line, 911, will still be functional. In addition, the stations can be reached on the following mobile numbers:

  • Babonneau Fire Station – 721 3280 or 720 1723
  • Dennery Fire Station – 712 0158 or 712 0167
  • Fire Service Headquarters – 717 3715, 719 6267, 719 6260 or 728 2888
  • George Charles Fire Hall – 712 0311 or 712 0286
  • Gros Islet Fire Station – 7120178 or 712 0168
  • Hewanorra Crash Fire Hall – 712 0236 or 712 0269
  • Micoud Fire Station – 712 0194 or 712 0220
  • Soufriere Fire Station – 712 0232 or 712 0234
  • Vieux Fort Fire Station – 720 3326, 722 0700 or 720 2538

Please be guided accordingly.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Fire Service

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  1. Very good idea,I think it would be better for the operator who receives the 911 should be the ones to direct their calls and not the public..un- Commonsense.. Let’s think twice and do it together and thoughtfully..
    Quote.. Where there is a will there is a way… Fact..


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