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I am sadden. May the souls of those who died rest in peace. I pray for the families who lost their loved ones that the Holy Spirit will comfort and strengthen them now and always.ReplyDelete
Catherine Faucher Pierre-Leonce.
Not pursuing a political agenda here but I've learnt that Lorne & his team were amongst the folks rushing to the site and getting there early. It is indeed commendable the effort put in by them to help and attempt to save lives albeit the tragedy had already occurred.ReplyDelete
In the dark cold waves they helped emergency personnel get the lifeless bodies out. Lorne called in to a radio program on at the time and the sadness in his voice was evident.
He encouraged St. Lucians to love each other and let that be their greatest mandate. He asked that we all reach out to the families and friends of those affected.
I do extend condolences to the families and friends of those affected especially that of these young one who didn't make it.
Well done Mr. Lorne Theophilus and your team for putting your personal gain aside and demonstrating such a great level of love for your fellow men.
May they all rest in perfect peace. Such a very tragic day!ReplyDelete
omg good he must have had no brake, howcould he not make the turn,this so sad.. I have 5 yooung ones alas that tha could have been them god is good my condolences the families left to mourn!ReplyDelete
Prayers and condolences to the bereaved families and loved ones. May the souls of the faithfully departed rest in peace. Amen. May the Lord strengthen the families and the nation, during this great loss.ReplyDelete
Barbara Cotter and family
My greatest and sincere condolences goes out to all the victims family,...may God truely confort you in your time of mourningReplyDelete
My deepest condolences to the families of this tragic incident. May the Spirit of Peace be an instrument of healing to the family. May God truly grant them comfort during this severe period of bereavement. Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. RIP.ReplyDelete
Myriam St. Marie
Bronx, New York
Daughter from Dugard, Choiseul
November 11, 2011
May God comfort the comfortless and the Holy Spirit continue to be at their side always. I do not know but I understand pain and loss children and love ones is more than one can bear. Deepest condolences to all families. Mourn with those who mourn and weep with those who weep, that's the word of God, as the community and the nation weep, let us reflect on our lives and be prepared for tomorrow is promised to no one, Amen.ReplyDelete
Queens, New York
How sad to hear this story...what a loss!! My condolences to the families who have suffered this loss.ReplyDelete
My heart goes out to the family and friends for a terrible lost my prayers are with you'll .may their souls rest in peaceReplyDelete
Oh my god!!!!!! My prayers are with all the family and friends.............ReplyDelete
Sincere condolences to the family and friends of all those who lost their lives. Very saddened. May the Lord have mercy on us all.ReplyDelete
I am so saddened by this tragedy. I can't comprehend. I pray that their souls rest in peace. My condolences go out to the families. God bless you and strengthen you in this time.ReplyDelete
My prayers go out to all the families at this time. May God continue to strengthen you everyday. Time will heal especially remembering the good times you spent with your departed love ones. Rest in peace.ReplyDelete
My condolences and prayers to out to all of St. Lucia on this terrible tragedy. To the families who lost loved ones, may God give you strenght to go on living and someday find solace.I'm sure we in the Caribbean feel your unspeakable grief. RIP to the departed.ReplyDelete
My sincerest condolences goes out to the family and friends of the victims...My prayers are with the Family...Blessings!ReplyDelete
My thoughts and prayers are with the families who have lost there love one in this unfortunate tragedy. May they find peace knowing that God is with them now and alwaysReplyDelete