Three People Hospitalised After Morne Fortune Accident

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Emergency personnel transported three people to the OKEU Hospital on Friday after a minibus accident at Morne Fortune, Castries.

The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) said its Castries Headquarters received a call for assistance at 7:13 pm regarding the accident.

According to the SLFS, responders found a white minibus on its side down a hill.

Off-duty police officers were already on the scene.

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The SLFS responders said they treated the three injured people before transporting them to the hospital.

There are no further details at present.

Headline photo: Screen grab from social media video

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  1. Off duty police officers are world renound for performing better when going out or buying goods and supplies in a store. Great job officers and stay off-duty.

  2. On looking from VG beach it’s was a quick responses, thank u to the citizens, police officers and firefighters for handling this situation speedily u all Are appreciated

    • question? you said you were looking at this all the way from vigie beach? so you could see all the way from there at seven in the night?

    • that look like a minibus from the jacmel stand if so the driver in particular is very reckless i am not sure for this case what happened

  3. Never cease to amaze me. When I joined the service I knew a police officer is always on duty, whether you were off or not. Whenever situation arise you would take charge.Now even the top brass has embrace and is repeating those same blunders,” an off duty police officer “.

    • People like you want to continue the abuse. Do officers get an allowance for performing duties when they are off?
      But we pay them scarps for putting thier lives at risk and you want to bring up crap about an officer is never off.
      Stay in you corner.


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