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Canaries Man Dies From Suspected Drowning

Saint Lucia police are investigating the suspected drowning of a Canaries man, identified as Danley Noel.

Law enforcement officials say that a dinghy in which he was sailing is reported to have crashed into rocks somewhere between the Buckeye Marine Terminals and Marigot Bay.

A law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that Noel’s body was recovered Monday morning from the same general area by the Marine Police.

There appeared to be no marks of violence on the body, St Lucia Times was informed.

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. I was there when they bought the mans body ashore he had blood on his nose and ears, typical signs of head injury. So no sign of trauma??? People thought that he hit the rocks in the dark by Hess. May he RIP.

    • The article referred to “marks of VIOLENCE” and not trauma. There is a difference. May he rest in peace and may his family be comforted by the peace of God in this difficult time.

    • They clearly said no signs of violence, they never said no signs of trauma. They clearly hinted at trauma when it was said that he was suspected to have crashed into the rocks…context clues are a thing.

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