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One person has been taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital after being shot in Speightstown this morning.
Police are at the scene of the shooting in Speightstown.
Police are on the scene of the incident.
The individual has been taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Barbados TODAY will bring you more details as they become available.
smh,all the time so,
Shooting ppl is like brushing ur teeth…just normal/regular smh! Y’all have a fetish for guns i see, hmmm prison over crowded, so sadly some y’all assailants will get bail to be back in society to continue ur destructive path. I plead the blood of Jesus on y’all! I just pray nun them bullets don’t hit me nor nobody i care about *again* cuz my nephew got hit only couple weeks ago smh. Nobody dont know how to fist fight anymore!
This ain’t going to stop….how many more father lord!?
I can’t believe what I reading here, especially in a parish where our former Prime Minister lives. Time to stop the madness now.
This always felt such a safe area to me, but then again so did most areas.
Is it really madness, its all monkey see monkey do in this case people so much want to follow what goes on in the (USA),blacks with the attitude the arrogance the hood and the ghetto, its all with us you just had to like it or lump it…
Our government is just scared to use simple laws which is used around the developed world and enforced, the problem here in Barbados the laws would effect the people who is protected and above the law, see how it works we are told soon laws will come but it could take a decade..
APART FROM THE USUAL WEATHER AND SPORTS , THE NEWS IS ALL ABOUT “DRUGS AND GUNS”. BARBADOS HAS CAUGHT UP WITH THE “FIRST WORLD”. ITS WHAT WE BEEN TRYING TO DO FOR YEARS……….become a first world nation.
In who spt town???
Amnesty ain’t go do nuffin. Drug dealers will turn in the guns that can lead to trouble, the ones linked to crimes (since it is an amnesty) and keep the good ones still.
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