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Three Rushed To Hospital After Dennery Vehicle Crash

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Emergency personnel from the Dennery Fire Station rushed three people to the OKEU Hospital after a vehicle ran off the road and hit a concrete column on Saturday.

The emergency personnel responded after learning of the crash at about 2:41 am.

The incident occurred near the La Ressource gap.

The vehicle occupants, males aged 19, 28, and 34, complained of neck, leg, and head pains.

The collision was the latest in a series of road incidents this year that have moved the authorities to underscore the pressing need for increased road safety awareness.

So, in 2024, several people have sustained injuries, and seven have died as a result of road accidents.

The last fatal accident occurred on Friday at Cul de Sac.

According to the police, it 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.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. We need to examine the roots of these senseless accidents. As I have said before the alcohol and the phone whiles driving have lots to do with these. Now the speeding is another major factor for this again. I driving the road and not for once I will observe a police on the road. If and I will emphasize IF there is one the Glas of the vehicle is way up with AC.

  2. So what else is new, a Saturday night of partying, dancing and drinking then BAM; lucky no one died. This is St. Lucia where we prefer to party than to pray daily.
    God is a Good God, else we should all be dead; we’ll all find out, some joyfully but the majority, sadly.

  3. So what else is new, a Saturday night of partying, dancing and drinking then BAM; lucky no one died. This is St. Lucia where we prefer to party than to pray daily.
    God is a Good God, else we should all be dead; we’ll all find out, some joyfully but the majority, sadly.

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