BREAKING NEWS: Pedestrian seriously injured in Dennery hit-and-run

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BREAKING NEWS: Pedestrian seriously injured in Dennery hit-and-run

A man was admitted to hospital with “serious injuries” following a hit-and-run on the Richfond Highway, near the Grand Ravine gap late Friday, April 10.

At about 11 p.m. a car heading in a southerly direction hit the pedestrian and continued driving, a source told St. Lucia News Online (SNO).

The victim, known so far as Brad from Belmont, was transported to hospital via ambulance.

“The guy sustained serious injuries and was in excruciating pain,” the source said.

Richfond police reportedly discovered a green Toyota Corolla some distance away from the scene of the hit-and-run.

The car was taken by Richfond police.

It is believed that the driver fled after he abandoned the car.

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  1. This boy had a gun pointing at people..saying that he need to kill someone..this boy is very trouble some..there is more to this incident ..please get url informations correct before giving innocent people a bad name..this is so unprofessional.disappointed much..and url f.... idiots that quick to judge the driver url turn will come.f...salops!!

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  2. y dont some of ull stop talking thats the man with the car y dont the news put that the man in the road had a gun and he was puting it on ppl telling them he will kill them y they did not say that he was in the road pointing the gun on my car be for ull talk plz get to know what happen

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  3. We complain about the police but let us be realistic, you watch NCIS, CSI etc and see cases solved in one hour but that can only happen on TV. Everything takes time even in the metropolitan world so let's get our heads out of our behinds, let's get practical and assist the cops with their investigation instead of coming here and ranting uselessly

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  4. First of all @London ur English is just BAD like seriously!!!
    Secondly leave the police alone!!
    They're doing a fantastic job. The incident occurred last night....give them time they will soon find the owner of the car and he will pay!
    As for the victim he may have been bad but the driver of the car is probably worse
    Anyway I'm out

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  5. Woyeeeee y'all like police in yall mother hole. Stop checking police and go and raise y'all children right.salop!

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  6. It just happened late last night. Let the Policemen investigate and do their job..bunch of talkers quick to jump on police back..saying they not doing nothing. then join the police force to do better..choops

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  7. It's a small island so the police should get the vin number & plates to track down the owner.If not then awa e,big 2015 we cannot get a good system together?...Not to jump off topic but just like yesterday I went to clear an item at customs & the guys went to lunch at 11:53am & told me to come back at 1pm,I sat there and just watched them playing dominoes and relaxing.Not one person can rotate and serve customers? Back to the topic,if that cannot change then I guess tracking vehicles won't either.

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