Former UPP Parliamentarian Rushed To Hospital After Being Hit By Vehicle


Chanlah Codrington, former United Progressive Party (UPP) Parliamentarian, has been rushed the Mount St John Medical Center (MSJMC) on Friday after he was reportedly hit by a vehicle.

The 61-year-old was walking along the Sir Sydney Walling Highway in Gunthropes, in the vicinity of the Rubis service station, when he was hit and thrown to the roadway by a vehicle travelling at a moderate rate of speed.

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    1. Best Medical Facility in the OECS (MSJ)
    2. Among the fastest growing economies in not only just the region, also the World
    3. Tourism numbers breaking records
    4. A&B has been on no blacklist unlike many of our regional counterparts
    5. University of A&B
    6. Best regulated CIP program in the OECS region (most transparent program)
    7. Our HDI scores continue to increase during this administration tenure
    8. Nation at the forefront for reparatory justice
    9. Leading in the region when it comes to reducing the use of plastics.
    10. 33 ranking in the rule of law report (2019), which places us ahead of your USA (50)

    Yet you prefer to find some small issue to blow out of proportion to justify your need for the sky to be falling. Boss we live in a blessed though imperfect country



  2. WOW you really have no sense or decency at all, coming under people post like a Jackrabbit where somebody got hit by a vehicle load off this at wrong time..

  3. @Joslyn..the roads… drivers and pedestrian attitudes needs a facelift..Both do nonsense on the roads. If the road could talk..the things it would say

  4. Wish Mr. Codrington all the best and know he and his family would get some peace knowing they are in the best hospital in the OECS region. The doctors and nurses there are dedicated to the cause, and policy makers have invested in not only bettering its human capital, but also its diagnostic equipment. No doubt Mr. Codrington, will leave there much better than he went in

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