St. Thomas stunned after child killed, impaired driving charges laid in crash

 By Calvi Leon  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter St THOMAS- Residents of this city were reeling Wednesday morning over the death of a child and injuries suffered to four other pedestrians after a crash that led to impaired driving charges against one person. Police here say it was about 5 p.m. Tuesday when a pickup truck struck the group of pedestrians at Talbot Street and Caso Crossing near downtown. The truck was heading west on Talbot when the driver lost control and left the roadway, police say. The truck then crashed into a building housing the Brunswick Tavern. A child was killed, police say, and a woman taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. Three other people were hurt in the crash, which has rattled residents. “We’re here to represent and…

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