Pierre Urges Saint Lucians To Be Vigilant Amid Rainy Weather

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Prime Minister, Philip J. Pierre, on Saturday urged Saint Lucians to be vigilant amid the current rainy weather and to exercise extreme caution.

Pierre, who is the MP for Castries East, disclosed on his official Facebook page that he had received reports of a land slippage in Bocage, which is in his constituency.

He said that as a result, he was assessing the damage in the area with Infrastructure Minister, Stephenson King and will advise on further measures.

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“Fortunately, there was no loss of life or personal injury sustained,” the Prime Minister disclosed.

In a later Facebook post, Pierre thanked residents of the community and the Ministry of Infrastructure for their swift response and assistance.

He also expressed his gratitude to the Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) for setting up street lights at the zone to allow better visibility for residents and motorists.

“This is the Saint Lucia that I know and love, where everyone comes together for the good of the community,” Pierre declared.

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