Two Persons Injured In Vieux Fort Accident

Two drivers were injured when their vehicles collided head on along the Vieux Fort highway near WINERA, emergency officials have reported.

The officials told St Lucia Times that the the Vieux Fort Fire Station received an emergency call about 12.50 p.m.

They said the accident involved a white Toyota Hiace pickup and a left hand drive Nissan Murano SUV.

The pick up was driven by a female resident of Grace, Vieux Fort, while a male resident of Micoud is said to have been the driver of the SUV.

They were both transported to St Jude Hospital via ambulance.

One official told St Lucia Times that although the vehicles were badly damaged, both drivers appeared to have sustained injuries that were not life-threatening.

 

9 COMMENTS

  1. I hope these people licenses are confiscated. Head on collision on a road that’s wide enough for 2 vehicles. Those 2 are a menace to society. Whiles ppl ask for speedy recovery, I hope for a lengthy recovery. DOn’t want those 2 back on the roads again. Next thing is me they run into next.

    • Such ignorance!!! But then again, I am beginning to expect no less! it seems you were one of the flies circulating the scene to make such a brash statement. Please ensure you know all facts in the future to avoid sounding like such a foll. And for your sake, I hope you neither anyone close to you EVER ends up in a serious accident.
      Peace out, dimwit!

  2. The thing is we have inexperience…. Or rather ppl who are on the road driving and god knows how they got their license. And you see them with left hand drive vehicles. Had a few close calls with a few….. Won’t be supprised if we see more of those…. God help us

  3. Yes and in most cases they look like retiries who spend all their lives abroad and they come back with what might be their first and only car that they owned where ever they were. Oh and my do they look too old too drive. But reality is we have quite alot of ppl on our road driving and I must say its not for them. 5

  4. The words people and persons can both be used as the plural of person, but they are not used in exactly the same way. People is by far the more common of the two words and is used in most ordinary contexts: “a group of people”; “there were only about ten people”; “several thousand people have been rehoused”.Oct 26, 2011

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