Emergency Personnel Attend Ordnance Island

March 25, 2014

Firefighters, police and an ambulance attended the Ordnance Island, St. George’s area around 10.30pm this evening [Mar 25] and although the details are somewhat unclear, it appears the incident involved a person [s] needing assistance.


We unofficially understand that a woman had fallen overboard before she had to be pulled from the rough waters in the area onto a nearby boat. Details are limited at this time, however we did not witness anyone getting in the ambulance before it left. We will update as able.

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  1. StillThatBS says:

    That body of ocean down there can be brutal, specially with a storm brewing..

    At least shes ok….

  2. Thank goodness the individual hadn’t needed more “attention”.Here’s a perfect example of why there is a need for the police / fire station combined with emergency medical availability 24/7 in the Ole Towne as oppose to over there,(only)in St. Davids. It doesn’t take long for someone to drown :-(

  3. WoW says:

    Hope she is ok.

  4. Please do…ahm got baited breath…half a stories bettah dan no story at all.It would be a good time to sell advertising space,you just know people are gonna be looking for it…..s’like a commercial on a soap opera back in the early 70′s…where they give you that pause for the cause right before the costly advertising space……and all through the neighborhood you could hear all the ladies objecting tuit….and you just knew it was …a commercial…funmy but true…..general hospital was the worst for that…

  5. I am sorry ladies…but I live in Warwick now….but life does go on….please …you can learn to live without me….