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Pensioner rescued from Sans Souci house fire

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Fire partially destroyed a dwelling house in Sans Souci, Castries on Sunday, Dec. 31, according to law enforcement sources.

Around 5 a.m., the authorities received a report that a concrete structure – measuring 55ft x 40ft – was on fire.

Castries responded with two units and an ambulance.

The owner and sole occupant of the house, Madge Alexander, who is 80+ years old, was reportedly rescued by her son and the police.

The cause of the fire is unknown.

Investigations are underway.


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  1. I know Ma madge from the seventies growing up,she made the best tamarind balls,Tamarind jam,and sea wet- gooseberry jam in Castries,and Sans Souci Am happy she is safe and in care,by Gods grace.


    • Not the same Miss Marge. Unfortunately the one you referred to passed away some years ago. She lived right next to the Sans Soucis roundabout.


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