UPDATE: Victim of fatal accident identified

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UPDATE: Victim of fatal accident identified
Kilan John
Kilan John

 

One man is dead following a vehicular accident in Vieux Fort Saturday night.

Dead is Kilan John, 21, of Calvary Hill, Vieux Fort.

John was one of two occupants on the vehicle (registration number PE9422. The accident occurred around 10 p.m. on the Castries to Vieux Fort Highway, close to Savanne’s Bay.

An eyewitness said the driver lost control of the white Mitsubishi Legnum which “flipped about four times before coming to a stop on all fours”.

John, the eyewitness said, sustained very serious head injuries.

Another serious accident also occurred in Laborie in which several persons were injured.

More details later

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  1. Lucians are the dumbest detectives out there. Someone dies in an accident and you assume they were speeding without any sought of evidence. Someone gets shot or stabbed; they are a criminal. A pregnant woman dies; somebody killed her. Listen to the facts before you make assumptions.

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  2. No vehicle traveling at moderate speed rolls over four times on impact. This is basic physics. Be realistic you idiot.

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  3. people talk about traffic laws not being enforced and it is true but then even in countries with laws being enforced and all the traffic cameras still have those kinds of accidents and worst. Just saying.

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  4. accidents, storms, hurricanes, pain and a whole lot more are all from the devil. Evil is right here on earth and the devil comes to take, they never sleep.

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  5. Alway so sad when someone so young dies became of recklessness. One day i expect to hear someone drove off the island, because they were speeding and could not stop. People where you going at such speed. You will get there, Slu is only 238 sq miles. That's why the USA denying us visas, because they realize if some of us get there and we see road.......

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  6. So who say d people were speeding? As said above these cars have issues also one could be driving in a nice calm speed and some mad man could run into n bam u dead so let's not assume. Wait for the details and also let's make Jesus Christ our Savior and then if we die we can rest in peace, way to oft we hear people say RIP but the bible says that after death the judgment; say pah RIP uh.

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  7. May your soul R.I.P young man. With that being said, St Lucians you were told to await further details. What's up with all the assumptions!!. The heritage can never break, all the gossip, assumptions and lung caca in Lucians, they always quick to add their 2cents before they know the full story. Take a breather Lucians the details will be in shortly

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  8. Oh Killan my boy rest in peace!!! No one knows the circumstances but the two that were in the car. He was such a darling boy. I pray for strength for his family!!

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  9. R.I.P kilan the memories of u will neva go away, gone bt neva b forgotten. 🙁 🙁 🙁

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  10. Sorry to say speed might have been a factor in this road fatality. The higher your rate of speed the lesser your chances of survival. Recklessness seem to be the norm on these roadways. See the traffic laws are not being enforced in this country but then again it goes right back to this sorry ass government. Enforce the laws. This is not rocket science for goodness sake.

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