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Minor accident in the city (photos)

By SNO Staff

A truck collided with a car (registration number 2322) between 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. today near Serenity Park/Fisheries. No injuries reported. St. Lucia News Online received the images below at 2:04 p.m., and we were told that police arrived about 2:12 p.m. and by 2:20 p.m. the truck was removed.
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5 comments

  1. Exactly is a cut and paste incident. The guy in the car is at fault. Turning off from Road to the opposite should be done when it's clear to proceed. Clearly it wasn't clear and he bolted through.

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  2. Lets see how long and how many accidents it takes to get those lights working again.Looks like the car driver was going and buy some fresh fish! Ultimately, the truck ended up in the wrong lane. Wonder how our efficient traffic police handled this one....when they got there......

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    • U brainless? The truck is in its lane....I dont see any fresh fish in the middle of the road where the car was??

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      • Is it me or is the truck on the right hand side of the road, I would swear we drive on the left in St Lucia. If he ended up there to avoid the car and still hit it; he is wrong....

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  3. Those lights haven't been working for a week i think... But from the looks of it the guy in the car looks like he took a chance and misread just how quickly the truck was moving... Plus he was towing so more weight to try to stop....

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