Weekend report of 80 ambulance responses, 5 assaults, 7 accidents, & 1 drowning

There were 80 ambulance responses, inclusive of both the north (51), and the south (29) of the island.

The Fire Service recorded 5 cases of physical assault, 7 motor vehicle accidents and 1 drowning incident over the weekend.

  • On Sunday 23rd April at approximately 1:40p.m., a call was received at the Micoud Fire Station informing of a suspected drowning at Micoud. Upon arrival at scene, emergency personnel found one male individual lying on his back on the ground.
  • Initial assessment revealed that patient was breathless and pulseless. CPR was immediately initiated. An automated external defibrillator was attached and “no shock” was advised.

The patient was then transferred to the ambulance and transported the St. Jude Hospital, where he was pronounced dead by a medical doctor


  1. Anonymous
    April 26, 2017 at 1:50 pm

    Wow, us Niggers sure are high maintenance.

  2. sharon terrell
    April 26, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    5 cases of physical assaults you’ll St.Lucians busy.7 Motor Vehicle Accidents,you’ll need to stay home.You’ll love the street’s but the street’s don’t love you’ll.Stay home.And slow down on the damn streets,the street’s ain’t finishing idiots.Stop drinking and driving,take a cab or the bus home,or have a designated driver.Or buy you’ll liquor and drink it at home,when you’ll drunk go sleep stupid fool’s.Or just don’t drink.Killing you’ll selfs . (Words deleted)