Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Woman Pronounced Dead After Vehicle Plunges Into Sea At Tapion

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A Castries woman, identified as Cheryl Dalson,  was pronounced dead after a vehicle she was in plunged into the sea at Tapion, Castries.

A police investigation is currently underway.

Marine Police Commander Kentry Frederick told St Lucia Times that shortly before 10.00 am, the unit received a call that a vehicle had run into the sea near the forensic laboratory.

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“We immediately dispatched a vessel to investigate. Upon arrival, we found a submerged blue car, but the occupant was trapped inside,” Frederick recalled.

He said Marine Police responders retrieved a female who had succumbed.

Frederick said the woman’s relatives had been informed of the tragedy.

There are no further details at this time.

 

 

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  2. That it typicall st lucia I remember when my uncle passed away he was a high ranking police officer all u can hear they did something to him and all he had was cancer ever if the see something good they will never believe it anyway we have become a bad minded nation and its their to stay back in the days we use to help each other have a good time all we can do now is hate shame on my people I see now even in my own family it happens

  3. That road needs a barrier long over due how many people have to be killed on our roads b 4 we acknowledge change needed uwp slp all to be blamed

  4. Everybody is out her giving their take of what should be done but no one is saying what should not be done. It’s high time woman in this country learn not to drive and text at the same time.

  5. i have said it before and will say it again…people we are noot here forever…this thing is real..believe in God’s name and you will be saved…we are passing thru to death and then the judgement…pray to the living God day and night in all your joys and troubles…someday Satan will be revealed to those who refuse to accept Jesus…friends I have not regretted..i have never found myself begging for bread and though we pass through death I am confident that I shall see loved ones again….theres no happiness that the world can give….yes we pain, we hurt, we grieve, I feel your pain you feel my pain, we sympathize together…love God read the Bible pray everyday and what we fought for will be a great reward thereafter…

  6. i have said it before and will say it again…people we are noot here forever…this thing is real..believe in God’s name and you will be saved…we are passing thru to death and then the judgement…pray to the living God day and night in all your joys and troubles…someday Satan will be revealed to those who refuse to accept Jesus…friends I have not regretted..i have never found myself begging for bread and though we pass through death I am confident that I shall see loved ones again….theres no happiness that the world can give….yes we pain, we hurt, we grieve, I feel your pain you feel my pain, we sympathize together…love God read the Bible pray everyday and what we fought for will be a great reward thereafter…

  7. Someone shot to death, someone died in a vehicle accident, someone stabbed to death, someone killed somebody with their car. Rinse and repeat that is all Lucia good for the days. Best people start migrating because per capita you probably have a higher chance of getting killed in Lucia than almost anywhere else in the world.

  8. All roads which overlook the sea or have steep precipices should have guardrails. Hope the security cameras in the vicinity will give an indication of what happened. Sincere condolences to her family and friends.

  9. That place is a popular place to park and take in the breeze, It would be easy for a car to go into the sea there. Poor lady, may she rest in peace. Strength to her family.

  10. This is a tragedy but no accident. Why because it is a long standing cry from the motorable public to erect barriers along precipice and along side large water bodies. We are an island and that is a hefty task but we need to start somewhere.

    Our roadways are killing us.

    May she rest in peace and her family find healing at this time. Jehovah God protect us all.

  11. Wonder if she was frustrated, tragic news and that hill going up Tapion is a death trap I don’t know if they put barriers there yet.

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