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Vincy students back home


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KINGSTOWN – Two Vincentian students, who were not involved in a road accident in Barbados that claimed the lives of three of their colleagues and injured two others, are home.

The two female students of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College arrived Sunday at about 11:20 a.m. at E. T. Joshua Airport.

They were greeted by their relatives, several high-ranking officials from the college, members of the clergy, counsellors from the Ministry of Health and educators.

On arrival, the students, their relatives, lecturers and others participated in a short prayer session with clergy at the VIP lounge.

The two students had also attended the farewell party that their colleagues did, but were travelling in a different vehicle. (Searchlight)


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