Mother Says She Had A Dream Before Fatal Accident And Urged Son To Be Careful

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A distraught mother has related that days before her son was involved in a fatal accident on Sunday evening, she dreamt that he had an accident but did not die.

Vincentia Gabriel told St Lucia Times that after she had the dream on Wednesday, she related it to her son Ian Fontinelle, alias ‘Junior’ and ‘Cow’ and warned him to be careful.

“I was telling my husband that.  I saw him down the road on a bike so I tell him: ‘Junior be careful’. On Friday I tell him to be careful, ‘ I dreamt that you were in an accident so be careful’. He told me okay,” Gabriel recalled.

The mother said the deceased, whom she described as a loving and helpful son, had a passion for motorcycles.

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She explained that Fontinelle died as his girlfriend was preparing to go on vacation this week and the couple had already planned what they would do together.

“They had made a lot of plans,” the mother said of the couple who lived at Bagatelle, Castries.

According to reports, Fontinelle died after his motorcycle collided with another vehicle near the Courts Saint Lucia branch at Mariule.

Saint Lucia Fire Service Communications Officer, Stacy Joseph, disclosed about 6:40 p.m. on Sunday, emergency personnel at the Gros Islet fire station responded to a report of the accident.

Joseph said the responders found a male with major facial and body trauma lying on his back on the ground.

She said he was devoid of vital signs.

“CPR was initiated and the patient was quickly immobilised on a spine board and transferred to a waiting ambulance,” Joseph said, adding that on arrival at the OKEU Hospital, he was pronounced dead by a medical practitioner.

Headline photo: Vincentia Gabriel (l) and her deceased son, Ian Fontinelle

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