Violent incidents reported on Labour Day

Violent incidents reported on Labour Day

Two men sustained injuries while the country celebrates Labour Day today, Thursday, May 1 (a public holiday).

In the first reported incident, 24-year-old Cameron Belizaire of Cedars, Castries was rushed via ambulance to Victoria Hospital about 4 a.m. with a stab wound to the lower left side of his abdomen. A medical source said his intestines were hanging out.

“He appeared to be in critical condition and had to be rush to OR (operating room) to undergo surgery,” the source added.

No further details on that incident is available.

In the second incident which occurred about 10:50 this morning in Castries, a man called ‘General Trees’ sustained several slashes to his forearm from an assailant who was armed with a cutlass.

The incident occurred on Jeremie Street. He was transported to Victoria Hospital via ambulance.

His condition is unknown at this time.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Stop thé violence !!!!! Pleaseeeeeeeee stop....enough is enough !! Something definately needs to be done. Our beautiful island is dyinggggggg... wake up people !! So saddddd...

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  2. the time is near.. revelations...
    cant stop what is meant to be.. only make preparations for the kingdom of god...

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  3. Im from St Lucia an its a shame that everytime I check the news online to know what goes on in my country never a day without blood shading

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  4. Why cant some Lucians behave themselves. Its a holiday cant people enjoy the time without the violance. We as a nation must come togather to try our best to curb all this chopping,killing, and stabbing and robbrey going on. We need to find some common ground to seek ways to talk to those people. Create jobs put some programs togather for the youths. They are tomorrows future but if they cant be controle then our furture looks very grim. Wake up St.Lucia
    The doc is all talk and no action.
    This not a red, or yellow or whatever political party problem this is our problem St. Lucia as a whole. I pray for peace.

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  5. I wish there was a THAT was easy button to erase all those butchers who choose to raise arms against each other and innocent people (CLICK) you're gone oh what a safer place it would be they would be to scared fearing eradication

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  6. These workers forgot to leave their tools home today.They forgot its labour day.Lol

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