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Marked police vehicle repeatedly swerved into oncoming traffic

Cop Car Caught on Camera, Marked Police Vehicle Dangerously Swerves into Traffic

What could have caused a marked police vehicle to dangerously swerve into head-on traffic?

Video has gone viral on social media of a local police vehicle dangerously swerving in and out of oncoming traffic along one of Saint Lucia’s busiest roadways.

Just over 60 seconds of cell phone video recorded from a trailing vehicle captured the marked police van traveling northbound along the Bois D’Orange thoroughfare into Mongiraud, Gros-Islet.

The driver of the police vehicle appeared to have had several near misses, some of which were captured on video.

It remains unclear when the incident occurred.

The condition of the driver of the police vehicle has not been confirmed.

According to the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act, driving without due care and without consideration and driving while intoxicated carries maximum fines of $5000 and up to one [1] year imprisonment.

Police have launched an investigation into the incident.

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3 comments

  1. Swerving on the road is insufficient to prefer a charge against anyone left alone a Police if he was not intercepted during his swerving, there is nothing he could b charged with now. Where is the proof of the evidence in his system? Will the camera person provide statement to even commence an investigations. We need to educate ourselves b4 we throw our own under the bus. According to previous author, he may have been dozing off.

  2. No investigation needed , the guy is caught on camera just needs to be charged with reckless endangerment or driving under the influence .
    No need to tip toe around the obvious.

    • HTS you should be charged for even making accusations like that before having the facts. You ppl are so negative, why didn’t you think that the driver had a long day or days and hasn’t slept and he is falling asleep. Something to think about before speak

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