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Motorcyclist, Driver Injured in Separate Road Incidents


A motorcyclist and the driver of a vehicle sustained injuries in separate road incidents on Saturday morning.

At about 3:00 am, Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) emergency personnel rushed to Morne d’Or after a report of a collision between a motorcyclist and a two-door Toyota Hilux pickup.

The responders transported the male motorcyclist to the OKEU Hospital.

About two hours later, a fire service crew rushed to Bexon, Castries, where a vehicle ran off the road and crashed into a tree.

The responders transported the driver, who had sustained multiple injuries including fractures, to the OKEU Hospital.

 According to reports, another individual declined emergency transportation to the medical facility.

Since the beginning of the year, Saint Lucia has witnessed a spate of road incidents including head-on collisions involving motor vehicles, vehicles colliding with motorcycles and pedestrians, and vehicles losing control and running off the road.

Road incidents have claimed the lives of seven people so far in 2024.

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