UPDATE: Hospital Road youth nursing gunshot wound

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UPDATE: Hospital Road youth nursing gunshot wound

On Wednesday, January 30, 2013, at about 12: 30am, officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department responded to a report at Hospital Road, Castries.

On arrival, they received information that 17-year-old Junior Combie of Hospital Road had sustained a gunshot wound to the upper right hip by an unknown individual.

He was transported to Victoria Hospital where he was treated and admitted. He is said to be in a stable condition.

No one has been arrested in relation to this incident. Investigations are continuing.

– RSLPF

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  1. when the past government was in power the slp was so hard on them the uwp took crime on it's horns hmm what a shame

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  2. i hate wen some ppl who leave st lucia to reside in a bigger or sometimes a broke neighbourhood out of the country cum n play like they never seen crime...n they will not cum back becoz there have too much crime!!! in wat way is da crime affecting dem kinda persons??? unless u have been a victim of crime in st lucia plz dont make the country look bad from yall ridiculous comments...and am betting where yall live got far worse crimes than st lucia...england,usa,canada,and all dem well known countries have seen more horrendous crimes than st lucia in any given year...any counter argument is invalid

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  3. so what if a minister resign?is that a crime?is it because slp is in power urll wanna cover up for that big white bastard?????

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  4. Agreed Merrick. Certain newspapers thrive on propoganda and rumour. Thats what they believe sells paper. Substance above sensationalism! St. Lucia is still a relatively safe place. I returned home 7 years ago and dont feel unsafe leaving my home. Crime is crime, we all must play a role in dealing with it.

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  5. Claudius just dealt with that matter, this is merely propaganda. There is no truth about any resignation of a Government Minister.

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  6. I do not know anything. I saw that on St. Lucia's Star Headline News that is why I spoke about it. I did not mean that in any negative way. Reason why I asked about it is because their story is always true so don't take me wrong. You all are too quick to critisise.

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    • Their story is not always true. It is not wise to break stories based on what other media house carry unless it is verified independently because some media houses do make errors, and the Star and many others have done so...

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  7. Great Answer indeed Merrick. Stella this is St. Lucia NEWS online. Confirmation is necessary prior to posting a story.

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  8. Since you all are so quick to bring out an update, I was expecting BREAKING NEWS A GOVERNMENT MINISTER is about to resign. Haven't you heard this one yet?

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    • We did hear the "rumour" but have been unable to substantiate it. Unless it can be confirmed, it will not be posted.

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      • Maybe stella should substantiate / confirm it since she 'seems' to know more about it.
        I agree with you Merrick. Keep up the good work!

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