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Updated on May 28, 2020 8:18 pm
Updated on May 28, 2020 8:18 pm
Updated on May 28, 2020 8:18 pm

Four Injured In Christmas Day Vehicle Collision

A Christmas Day vehicle collision resulted in injuries to four individuals, the Saint Lucia Fire Service has confirmed.

According to a Fire Service spokesman, the collision occurred in the Thomazo area near the hairpin bend about noon.

The official told St Lucia Times that the two main vehicles involved in the accident were a Toyota Hiace and a Suzuki Vitara.

They were travelling in opposite directions when they ran into each other, the official disclosed.

Two other vehicles were also involved.

It was reported that a male and a female had to be extricated from the Suzuki Vitara, while another male and a female who were in the Toyota Hiace also had to be attended to by emergency responders.

All four were transported to hospital via ambulance.

Their injuries were not deemed to be life threatening, the Fire Service spokesman told St Lucia Times.

The Castries and Dennery fire stations each responded with an ambulance and a fire truck to the Christmas day vehicle collision.



  1. Be careful my people as you drive there is no need to be speeding on those winding roads so please play it safe

  2. Take you’ll time on the road people we are not driving for ourselves but the safety of the others is important as well

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