Driver Hospitalised After Vehicle Overturns

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Emergency personnel from the Gros Islet Fire Station rushed a thirty-four-year-old man to the OKEU Hospital Friday night after his vehicle overturned at the bottom of Mongiraud Hill.

According to reports, the accident occurred around 7:37 pm.

Responders said that when the vehicle overturned, it ejected the driver, who sustained a leg fracture.

The emergency crew stabilised the patient before transporting him to the hospital.

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There are no further details at this time.

Headline photo: Screen grab from social media video

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  1. Have them to examine those chaufard behind the sterling wheel,most of them never take driving course and don’t know the rules of driving,they does get their permit by buying it under the table and are not drivers ❗

  2. Is not just so them accidents happening them man just forming the fool on the roads i beating him on the old leg where is your seat belt

    • “Gassuh, if I wear my seatbelt un sumting happen, I cyan get out.” How many times have you heard that?
      Saint Lucia’s big leap must address safety. Medical costs, work loss, financial loss are directly linked to unsafe practices.
      I remember about two years ago, there was a local fireman who wrote a small safety book. Does anyone know how someone can link up with him or the book?


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