Male Critical After Stabbing In Castries

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After a stabbing incident on Trinity Church Road, Castries, a male was critical on Friday.

Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) Communications Officer Stacy Joseph said at approximately 1:10 pm, personnel from the headquarters in Castries responded to a call about a physical assault and found the injured man in the presence of bystanders.

Joseph said an assessment revealed that he sustained a penetrating wound to his body.

The SLFS spokeswoman said the emergency responders treated the patient and transported him to the OKEU Hospital in critical condition.

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There are no further details at this time.

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  1. It is the system that is causing the youtes to go astray they need to enact a livable wage so the youtes will take the odd jobs that the people with masters and PhD will never do

  2. DEMONS OR LOOSED: The controlling demon is hate – the antithesis to love – outside of love, is hate anger lying jealousy murder stealing deception etc etc. With tha lack of Godliness, comes Lawlessness. People have turned their back to God, for a substitute Religion, Voodoo, obeah, that which the devil provided. The devil is a liar, it comes to steal, kill and destroy. (My solemn warning to the people of St. Lucia – FIND A GOOD CHURCH – which preaches the WORD of the Almighty God Through JESUS. The times ahead is bleak, Global devastation of farmlands, drinking water, live stock, Poultry, will the seas allow us some fish?(My Lord God have mercy on us)

  3. Not A Word about Crime from the Authorities. Gues they still Putting Mechanisms in Place. For the next 5 years I suspect the Mechanisms will still be Putting in Place.

  4. And the violence continues! This island is fast becoming a no go area and soon the tourists will stop coming, unless the authorities step up out of their apathetic trance and do something to stop this nonsense.

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