SLFS Transports Two People To Hospital After Separate Road Accidents

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Emergency responders from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) transported two people to the OKEU Hospital after separate road accidents on Sunday.

The SLFS said two vehicles collided about 7:36 am on John Compton Highway. As a result, emergency personnel had to extricate a twenty-two-year-old driver before rushing him to the hospital.

A seventy-year-old woman who was involved in that accident refused medical assistance, although she complained of body pains, the SLFS disclosed.

Hours after the John Compton Highway accident, about 4:09 pm, emergency responders received a report that a motorcycle was involved in a rear-end collision with a pickup truck at Marisule.

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The 29-year-old rider sustained injuries to his mouth and lower limbs, and an ambulance crew immobilised him before taking him to the hospital.

There are no further details at present.



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  1. You all Lucians really need some serious help. A 70 year old involved in an accident complaining of body aches …BUT refusing medical treatment…I am literally shaking my head with such a high level of stupidity…

    So tell me she will go home and drink ginger, chechemaaa and lawajet and rub with soft candle ..what about internal injuries ??????? In 2022 this level of ignorance is still rampant in St. Lucia. If there are no visible injuries you need to check for internal injuries ….you where involved in vehicle accident for God sake.

    I seriously have read enough wow wow

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