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Police releases report on fatal accident in Micoud

Shalla Raymond, one of the victims of the Micoud tragedy.

Below is the police press release on the fatal accident previously reported on by St. Lucia News Online

At about 6:39 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013, officers attached to the Micoud Police Station responded to a report of a serious vehicular accident which occurred along the Micoud Highway.

Whilst there, the officers observed a white omnibus, registration number M594, and a beige and white  Foton motor truck, registration number TJ6280, had come into contact with each.

Both vehicles had received extensive damage to its entirety.

The driver of the omnibus was identified as 37-year-old Sheldon Gaston of Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet, whereas the driver of the motor truck was identified as 43-year-old Clide Wayne Isidore of Corinth, Gros Islet.

At the time of the impact there were seven passengers on board the omnibus including the driver, and four persons aboard the motor truck.

As a result of the impact, two occupants of the omnibus sustained serious injuries and were transported to St. Jude’s Hospital via ambulance. They are 22-year-old Shalla Raymond of Black Bay, Vieux Fort, and Joel Phillip of Beausejour, Gros Islet.

Both individuals succumbed to their injuries whilst at hospital.

Post mortem examinations have been scheduled for a later date.

An investigation into the accident continues.

Raymond and her daughter who was born just over one year ago.

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17 comments

  1. Lina and kadiacried in silence rest in peace coco

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  2. I am not sure of the circumstances of this accident. However i beleive it high time our ministry of transport take tough actions against motorist.It i time to install speed cameras, speed limits need to be enforced and regular police patols on our roads. I visit St lucia frequently and i have had four near misses with other driver coming towards me in blind spots. My wife has vowed never to return to the island again after the last encounter.
    To the family of the deceased may god strenghten in your time of sorry.

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  3. how we cant get a picture of the guy who died????

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    • The first report on the incident has his photo, plus his photo was published on our FB page, www.facebook.com/stlucianewsonline

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  4. Strengthen these families Lord.
    She's in a deep deep sleep waiting for the Lords second coming.

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  5. No one knows the day nor hour,i remember the good times we had at school. u gone to soon darling. R.I.P shalla

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  6. So sad 2 no u gone like dis..I no u r wif d angels babygirl RIP

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  7. May god bless ur perfect soul, u will surely be missed shalla!!

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  8. Rest in peace love,i will miss u so much....

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  9. May u rest in perfect peace n may de angles guide ur daughter. Missin u already.

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  10. Rest in peace may god protect ur daughter whilst u are gone

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  11. WHAT A SHAME TO SEE ALL THAT GONE TO WASTE 🙁

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  12. this really touched me jus Tuesday we were together n u are gone....may ur soul rest in perfect peace shalla

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  13. R.i.p shalla may your soul rest in peace

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  14. Rest in Peace Shalla! It is well wit ur soul! Dis world wasn't ur home u were jus passin through! Now ure @ a better place!

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  15. This is so tragic..R.I.P Shalla and may the Lord Jesus Christ guide your baby girl on her life's journey...Gone to soon...

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  16. Rip shalla....may ur soul rest in perfect peace....ure at home.

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