Agard’s post mortem results revealed

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Agard’s post mortem results revealed
Persons attending to Agard who was electrocuted at Beausejour Cricket Grounds during the T20 premier league cricket game between St. Lucia Zouks and Antigua Hawksbill on Monday.
Persons attending to Agard who was electrocuted at Beausejour Cricket Grounds during the T20 premier league cricket game between St. Lucia Zouks and Antigua Hawksbill on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2013.

A post mortem examination conducted on the body of Julian Agard of Bocage, Castries on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 revealed he died as a result of cardio respiratory arrest due  to electrocution, a police press release has stated.

The incident occurred at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at about 10 pm.

The 44-year-old was an ex-police officer.

He joined the police force on January 20, 1989 and was last attached to the Special Services Unit where he attained the rank of corporal, a post he held until retiring in June 2005.

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  1. How many ppl must be electrocuted in st. lucia before accountability is enforced!!!!!! ....... WE NEED ANSWERS!!!!....... who did the electrical works at Bsjr, at wete fete and at the hotel in the south where the young lady also died????? WHY AREN'T THESE GUYS BEING EXPOSED???

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    • It's under investigation. We understand he was trying to "connect something". Until the investigation is over, the media should not speculate but give the facts.

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  2. I am guessing no one will be held accountable and in true st lucian style, everything will be done to sweep it under the proverbial carpet. Someone should answer for what has happened to him

    For the record - I am his cousin living in England

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    • I knew Julian from Dennery, I feel the family's pain. I hope some serious investigation with results etc will be forthcoming. Lena and the family be strong. You are in our prayers. What a sad situation.

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  3. Das so sad. Who is going to be held responsible for this? Would be nice to learn more. How did he get electrocuted?

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