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Six People Rushed To Hospital After Dennery Crash

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On Monday, emergency personnel from the Dennery and Micoud Fire Stations responded to a report of a head-on collision between two vehicles at La Caye, Dennery.

They transported six people to the Dennery Hospital.

The responders learned of the collision at about 7:45 pm and when they arrived on the scene, they extricated one individual from a vehicle.

Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) spokeswoman Stacy Joseph said he sustained several fractures to one of his legs.

Joseph disclosed that the emergency crews also transported five others involved in the collision to the hospital.

She said the victims had sustained a variety of injuries and were in stable condition.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Look at that jaws of life at work!! Just yesterday I commented on another article about the claim of brake failure by minibusses……a claim that police never refute via simple forensic investigation! Clearly we are on a collision pandemic if I may say….and yet government and the authorities are silent!

  2. Minibus again!!!!!!! Should I blame the government, for the sake of a dollar these Minibus drivers will kill someone. Is the brakes that gone this time? When the road was bad the blame was on the road, what to blame now.
    Minibus drivers don’t take their time, stop anywhere overtake anywhere. One of them M1251 had a bad accident by bank of St. Lucia.

  3. Break Failure happens due to poor maintenance, and cheap braking pads. We will not be able to stop this trend because what we turn a blind eye on is that we pay a % of duties to SLBS and Environmental Services. Well, when you look in context of these two duties you will understand one is for dumping your garbage and one is for allowing you to import garbage. Because if SLBS was doing a proper job they would have generated enough money by now from Used Imported Tyres alone to setup a lab test department, to test certain items we imported both consumable and non-consumable items and thereby make public announcements and implement restrictions, why doing such? It is because you are proving to the nation you are a trustful entity and you are there to safe guard the population in both ways and you are not here to be a dumping ground for other countries manufacturing trash, more so you are showing you have competent people to pick up these short coming. If you cannot maintain your license, why do you want to drive? If you cannot maintain a vehicle by buy one? Why putting yourself through mental and physical distress? What do one gain from showing off?

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