Seven houses destroyed in New Year fire in St. Lucia

The new year arrived in a devastating manner for several people in St. Lucia when a fire destroyed the houses which provided them with shelter, according to the St. Lucia Times.

The fire, which occurred at Rose Hill, Castries, shortly after midnight Monday, destroyed seven  houses leaving all of the occupants homeless.

There were no reports of injuries but the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) reported that the fire quickly engulfed and destroyed the closely built wooden buildings.

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  1. Frank N Stein
    January 2, 2019

    So SLU still have houses using candles, no electricity? Well well and we boast about how everywhere better than DA? We have a long way to go and the govt we have not ready yet that’s facts. But the way some of all you crying down the country that’s why the limiere falling on us sot.

  2. Lady Valley
    January 1, 2019

    Sad. One hopes that they will recover from their losses during the course of the year.

    • Life goes on
      January 2, 2019

      But if that had happen in dominca it would be like, whats happening in Dominica nah, only in dominica, skerrit that causing that to happen, god protect them etc etc .

      • H
        January 2, 2019

        Blaming the gov’t doesn’t seem to be happening in Dominica only. Take a look at the comments in that article.

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