Serious Accident Leaves One Dead and Others Injured

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On Saturday 14th July 2012, about 12:05 am, Officers attached to the Traffic Department responded to a report of a serious accident which occurred on the Morne, Castries.

Reports indicate that a brown Nissan motor pick up registration number PE 8097, driven by Andrew Paul of Bisee was travelling along the Morne road in the direction of Castries. The driver lost control of his vehicle and ran off the left side of the road into a crowd of persons.

As a result of the impact, three pedestrians sustained injuries. They are 43 year old Paul Remise of Laborie, 39 year old Marcellus Joseph of the Morne and 18 year old Bernard Leonce of the Morne. Also injured was the driver of PE 8097, Andrew Paul and his passenger Wilberforce Stephen of Goodlands. They all were transported to Victoria Hospital where they were treated. Paul Remise and Marcellus Joseph were admitted in critical condition whilst the others were discharged.

On Tuesday 17th July 2012, about 12:05 pm, Paul Remise of Laborie succumbed to his injuries whilst at the Intensive Care Unit of Vitoria Hospital.

A post mortem is scheduled at a later date to determine the cause of death for Paul Remise.

An investigation in the matter is continuing.

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4 responses »

    • I couldn’t agree more. We still have no way to determine speeding and no breathalyer tests. Hopefully if the citizens demand it, that may change.

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  1. I am still in shock and crying constantly as a result of this accident which claimed the life of a wonderful friend. It is never clear to us until it hits home. Please let us be careful. Remember when someone’s life is taken, a mother, father, sister, brother other families, friends and acquaintances are affected by their loss. R.I.P. Paul, I will always remember that bright smile and vibrant personality.

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    • Condolences, although that could never be enough for those who suffer such great losses. Hopefully your words will hit home with some people and save lives.

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