WATCH: Vehicle Ploughs Into Forestiere, Castries House – No Injuries Reported

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On Sunday afternoon, a vehicle climbed a retaining wall and ploughed into a house at Forestiere, Castries. Still, the sole occupant of the home and two individuals in the car escaped unscathed.

According to community residents, the incident happened near the Methodist Church as a man was teaching a friend to drive.

But the residents told St Lucia Times that the learner at the wheel appeared to panic and lost control resulting in the vehicle running into the house.

Due to the impact, the building’s fascia board came loose and pierced the windscreen, eventually partially lodging in the car.

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Eyewitnesses said it was a miracle that the learner and his instructor escaped severe injury.

At the time of the incident, one female in the house also escaped injury, and neighbors say the building did not sustain significant damage.

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  1. Be on guard :
    We should realise that we are living in a society that best man tell in other terms dead or alive,so that’s nothing new and should not be accepted or 0 tolorance, but thank God there is no death.
    Not forgetting a similar incident that happend on the la ressource vf road near by the plain view school, where a close relative of the ex minister of Velon John killed my uncle because of speed and could not control the véhicule,killing my uncle two times, after smarshing his back bone on the road,did another turn pass on him a second time,did not have licence, but following day he got his licence.
    His statment was :
    I had no choice, because i wanted to save my wife and my newly born baby !
    With tears and broken 💔heart, God one day will excicute Judgement.

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