SVG Continues To Receive Sympathy In The Wake Of Monday’s Accident

Messages of support are continuing to pour into this country in light of the vehicular accident on Monday, where five students died and two remain missing.

Caribbean Community Secretary-General Irwin LaRocque said the 15-member regional organization joins the people and government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in mourning.

Mr. LaRocque said in a statement that the Community’s grief is heightened by the fact that many among the deceased were school children.

He expressed hope that those injured in the accident will make a full recovery.

Meanwhile … Chief executive officer Regional Airline LIAT, David Evans said everyone at LIAT joins in extending deepest sympathies to the Government and people of St Vincent & the Grenadines following the tragic accident.

He said it was with a deep sense of sadness that all of us at LIAT learnt of Monday’s accident and that those who were affected in particular, are in our thoughts.

And … The Executive, Members and Supporters of all partners in the Tri-Party Alliance Team UNITY on St. Kitts-Nevis express their profound grief and share in the sadness of the Government and people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines following the tragic vehicular accident on Monday.

Team Unity Leady Dr. Timothy Harris said they are saddened over the loss of lives from this unfortunate and tragic accident, and therefore our deep sense of sadness, sympathy and condolence go out to the families and friends of all those who have lost their loved ones




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