BREAKING NEWS: Fadlin passes away

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BREAKING NEWS: Fadlin passes away

Police sources have confirmed that 18-year-old Vikaysy Ange Fadlin of Bexon has died.

Fadlin was stabbed in the neck and left side of the chest below the scapular in an altercation with a “known individual” at about 7:15 p.m. on Monday, July 8.

“He was subsequently transported to Victoria Hospital where he was treated and admitted in a critical but stable condition at the Intensive Care Unit of the said hospital,” police said in a previous press release.

Reports are that Fadlin passed away today, Saturday, July 13.

Police currently have one person in custody.

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  1. My god I never, ever want to be treated at
    this hospital. never! I took someone into
    casualty and my god what a shame. The treatment from staff was ridiculous

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  2. I don't know where the problem lies it can the government or the workers but it need to be fix
    the young people of st Lucia need to see where they stand in life, government cannot do everything for us we have to help our-self and the youth of today. and the other hand the marine police need to spend a little more time on the water the is a lot of drugs entering our bay at night and there is no police to see that.

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  3. young people need to take stock of their lives . young people learn a very importantlesson from vkc's death. He wAs only 18 years old and life was taken away from him . people walk away from fights please!!!!You might just be saving your own life . The bible says only a fool dies before his time .Stop the violence .

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  4. People die at the other hospital too. I'm sure half of the people knocking V.H have unpaid bills there. If V.H. operated like the other hospital money first then they see you no matter what, then you wouldn't bash them and fyi when the other hospital doesn't know what to do they ship them to V.H. to die, so there.

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  5. we need stop blaming the hospital its not their fault they work on ltd resources instead of blaming the hospital try to raise some funds or seek sponsorship to help make it! Rest in peace to the young man

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  6. I feel for both parents involved in this situation,i pray that the parents come together to morn the losses of their two son,i pray they find peace¡!!!!!rest in perfect peace vkc¡!!!

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  7. st.lucian think they are bad and have to prove it all the time thus the many shootings and stabbings.its not everything that has to end in a fight for your life sometimes you just neeed to walk away.

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  8. Victoria Hospital is a good hospital which runs on very limited resources - there are many great persons who give it their best day in and day out and it has many success - if we all look within our selves and do the best we can do every day no matter how small and do it with joy in our hearts our St. Lucia will shine even brighter for us all

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  9. Please people,when you have misunderstandings with others,do not settle the matter with a knife,the LORD is always there to listen to your troubles and worries,stop taking lives by stabbing others,walk away and leave your trouble in the hands of God,he knows who have wrong and who have right,let him deal with the matter.

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    • I agree. We are to follow Jesus and listen to Him. He says vengeance is His and He will repay. Take your troubles to Him in prayer and show that you believe in Him by being obedient to His commandments.

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  10. No surprise here that Victoria Hospital is despicable and digusting,you check in but seldom check out.Very surprise he lasted five days safe voyage kid on your way back to meet your maker.

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    • I'm telling you it's ridiculous that lives can be lost at a hospital so frequently. They never do major checks for internal bleeding or anything problems that may occur from a shooting, stabbing, vehicular accident. The treat u like a check up and that's it. But then it all comes down to government employing the right people and supplying the public hospitals with the right equipment to do their jobs. I know if i survive such a situation it will be through God and not that hospital

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