Two Injured In Hit-And-Run Incident – Police Urge Driver To Surrender

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Police have urged the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run incident Friday night in Castries that resulted in injuries to two people to surrender to the nearest police station.

According to reports, the vehicle struck a male and a female pedestrian near the Vendors Arcade in Castries about 8:25 p.m.

As a result of the collision, the eighteen-year-old male sustained injuries to his back and complained of body pains.

On the other hand, the 20-year-old female sustained head injuries and bruises on the body.

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There are no further details at this time.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. So are you telling me that the police can’t even trace the vehicles that pass in that place on CCTV cameras… The police do not have a clue to solving crime but if you call them and tell them where you see cocaine, weed, euros and jewellery they will be there in a split second even if they have to use thier own vehicles.. We are just living in a fake corrupt system where the rich and the poor are after money to much greed there are some people who want everything for themselves

  2. Foolice what happened to the mega millions of CCTV cameras around with fiber connection. Showcase your investigation talent for at lease once, please god turn and face us don’t turn your back on our small rock

  3. Aa, Still no investment in CCTV. Oh yeah that’s true we don’t have money. Well check Hilaire for the taxes he owes the govt or maybe themoney for the Hospital we were promised. Maybe he pocketed the money.

  4. Think its better to ho see the vodoo man for compensation police cannot help you and even if the police get them the magistrate will dismiss it.

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