SLFS: Three People Refuse Medical Assistance After Marisule Road Accident

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Despite appealing to people involved in road accidents to accept medical assistance since injuries could worsen and possibly lead to death, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) says three individuals declined transportation to the hospital after two motor vehicles collided at Marisule on Monday.

According to reports, both vehicles sustained extensive damage.

SLFS officials told St Lucia Times that about 6:01 am, emergency personnel responded to a report of the collision and found the trio, a 26-year-old man and two women aged 39 and 68, complaining of body pains.

But they all declined transportation to a medical facility.

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The SLFS has been busy responding to distress calls during the past few weeks, mostly about acts of violence and road accidents.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Could be reason,except if they ask them to take their jabs,but otherwise,i would not deprived myself of getting medical treatment or assistante.

  2. Waste of time and resources. So why call them if the victims are going to refuse medical assistance. Ask them first if they want medical help before calling the ambulance.

  3. Are ambulance transfers expensive now? I notice in so many cases people are refusing transportation to the hospital. Is there something we need to know, or are persons who believe they might test covid positive the only ones refusing transportation?

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