Man Hospitalised After Gros Islet Drive-By Shooting

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A man in his twenties was reported in critical condition at the OKEU Hospital after a drive-by shooting Sunday about 10:30 am at Degazon, Gros Islet.

The man, identified only as Gary, sustained gunshot wounds as he stood on the road.

According to reports, a vehicle slowed down next to him, and several rounds were discharged in his direction.

There are no further details at present.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Here,s one for you Mary Francis, that one was not happy with the menu in the prison, he is out now doing his thing. Behind it all is Drug dealings, turf war. Who gave the order, is it the Baron in cabinet, the network knows.

  2. FOCUS, the joke is on you for thinking that there is a will to secure the place. The minister for security has been in stealth mode from day one. The last I read, the police were given a fistful of extra dollars, and were told to make it happen. We know where that tactic is heading.
    There is no urgency to anything… until we have a serious incident where visitors are injured. I always love to observe the reactions of government when a negative obvious situation actually comes to fruition. How they hastily put messages in the media stating St. Lucia is a safe place. Words like caring, supporting, sympathetic and rely are standard fare. It’s the same myopic people, dressed in red this time.

  3. Alot of criminals in cabinet and the force so… criminals firing shots as they pls. Could be the barons calling the targets to. Minister of security or themselves?

  4. MISTER PRIME MINISTER, WHEN ARE WE GOING TO HAVE À SERIOUS CONVERSATION ON NATIONAL SECURITY? WHERE IS OUR NATIONAL SECURITY MINSTER? SO MUCH FOR PUTTING US FIRST! WE NEED TO FEEL SAFE IN OUR COUNTRY.

  5. Off to a good start we may set another record this year even police doing their thing. ,but lots of st Lucian’s doing people things and they think its a joke.

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