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Three injured in Rosseau accident

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Three people were injured when a vehicle ran off the road and crashed into a bus shelter in Rosseau on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, according to officials.

The patients were identified as Joycelyn Maximin, 58, of Lanse Road; Mitch Mathurn, 30, of Vide Boutielle; and Starjay James, 29, of Bisee.

Mathurin reportedly sustained a fractured leg.

All three persons sustained minor injuries and were transported via ambulance to Victoria Hospital in stable condition.

The accident occurred around 1:30 p.m.


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  1. Things do happen


  2. Things do happen ,,


  3. A Vehicle cannot just runoff a road....Is the Road Moving,St.lucia,St.lucia,St.Lucia...Is either brakes or pedaling issues...Or Ghost or Duppy run them off the road....Or they Fall asleep St.Lucia which one,am happy they alive...St.lucians St.Lucia.


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