The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) is awaiting a response from the British High Commission for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean on whether a post mortem examination should be conducted here on the body of Virgin Atlantic cabin crew member Quinton Garrathy.
Garrathy, a British national, was struck by a motor vehicle while crossing the road after disembarking from a bus at the Rodney Bay Marina on Sunday, August 3.
Police Press Officer Aniel Innocent told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) this is the normal protocol that must be followed. She said once permission is granted, plans will be made thereafter.
Garrathy was hit by a black Hyundai SUV, registration number PG657, driven by Sebastien King of Gros Islet, son of pathologist Dr. Stephen King, with two other male occupants on board.