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Police Investigate Fatal Accident At Cul De Sac

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Police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred at Cul de Sac, Castries, Friday.

According to the police, the accident claimed the life of 60-year-old Lucious Amedee, a resident of Marigot, Castries.

The deceased was a passenger on a pickup truck that ran off the road at about 7:00 am.

So far, in 2024, seven people have died as a result of road incidents.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Is it illegal in Saint Lucia to transport persons in open back vehicles? I am asking for a friend. H
    How many more persons must be killed or maimed before this practice is stopped. Some people don’t even put their dogs there. SMH

  2. This piece of news makes no sense. The vehicle had no registration number plate. Was he the only passenger on board. Common News on line, write something that make sense.

  3. The owner of the vehicle pay them already so they know what’s up

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