UPDATE: Electrocution death in Choiseul

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UPDATE: Electrocution death in Choiseul
The man was electrocuted while removing vegetation on a construction site.
The man was electrocuted while removing vegetation on a construction site.
The man was electrocuted while removing vegetation on a construction site.

Police are investigating the electrocution death of a male in Dacretin, Choiseul this morning.

Residents told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the deceased, identified as Tony Charlery, a.k.a Ricardo, 42, of Palmiste, Soufriere, was doing some work on a construction site around 10 a.m. when he was electrocuted.

St. Lucia Electricity Services (LUCELEC) and FLOW officials are investigating.

The deceased leaves behind a wife and children.

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  1. That guy line should not be hot. However they should always be checked before working around them.

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  2. The family need a good lawyer and in cases like these take pics act like forensics not just the smart phne yo share disturbing pics do a gofund me page to help the family sue them

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  3. The best ting yo do in a time like this no one will be thinking straight for e.g. The family one need to take pics of the scene and the position in wich he died and instead of ppl taking shit do a gofund me page or help them get a lawyer to sue them it's high time they pay for they carelessness so stop the talking and more action

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  4. It was a very sad to hear that horrific news this morning, I got the news from my boyfriend who was in Soufriere this morning wen he heard the news. He was coming home to choisel about midday wen he saw them leaving with the lifeless body wrapped in white sheets on a stretcher... Ihe said that really broke his heart..and was told the the man was still holding the wire when he was on the ground....so sad rip n may the good lord watch over his wife n kids.

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  5. It's LUCELEC fault, the family can sue them. The picture is all the evidence the family need to show for negligence

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  6. Hard working, dedicated husband. its jus sad the manner he left his wife and kids. Heart breaking...smh

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  7. I hope this isn't a. Add of some of these foolish things st lucians do to prevent thrives from taking their materials .if so this mans family should sue. Hope it was not a live wire left there on purpose

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    • Stop jumping to conclusions. It makes you sound not as smart as you are attempting to be.

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      • The person said "hope" . In what way is "hope" jumping to conclusions ? You should stop judging people and read thoroughly , makes you sound not as smart as you are attempting to be.

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      • People like you should not be partaking in these commentaries.because y'all motive,comments are not genuine.you more waiting for someone to say something that you don't like just to attack.just make your comment about the incident and not on ppl.yall have no business commenting period.

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  8. He is still holding onto the eletric wire. An investigation is needed immediately before we have other victims. The family may have some compensation coming their way.

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    • Remember a guy got shocked last year on labour day. Half his face was burnt off and neither lucelec nor the contractor ever paid a cent. He is living in misery unable to make a living. These people have no name or status so nothing will ever be done for them.

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