On Saturday 17th November Rose and her husband Krishna who were visiting from Texas went to Maracas then drove along the north coast on the Blanchisseuse Road on their journey home when tragedy struck. the vehicle they were in which had 3 other occupants tried to pass along a narrow path of road when their vehicle slipped off toppled down a small hill. Rose died on impact. The Arima fire service responded to the accident and they too got into difficulty when one of their trucks slipped off another part of the Blanchisseuse Rd and plummted 60 feet down a precipice resulting in the injury of all four officers.

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pastorfranklin says ... on Monday, Jun 10 at 6:44 PM

the treasury was raped $6.5 million to get the fire truck out of the ditch, not precipice. Why didnt they spend that money on Ambulances especially for these rural areas. Imagine we called for an Ambulance and they sent a panel van with a bed from Bl

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Jan 3 at 12:38 PM

rose was kind,caring,sweet hearted person

krishna moonilal says ... on Saturday, Dec 1 at 6:51 PM

Anyone can reach me at 281-772-5088 Thanks.

krishna moonilal says ... on Saturday, Dec 1 at 3:31 PM

Would like to thank Pastor Franklin and all the people who rescued us from the vehicle,i dont know all of you but i remembered Alexis and Stacy.Thank God for people like you all.My heart goes out to the fire rescuers,thank you and may God bless YOU.

John Abdool says ... on Friday, Nov 30 at 9:49 PM

My deepest condolences to Krishna and their family.

Anne Koss says ... on Monday, Nov 26 at 3:01 PM

I worked with Rose at Wells Fargo in Bloomington, MN. She was one of the best underwriters and a sweet, friendly person with a wry sense of humor and a clear vision of her life. This is heartbreaking.

Kathy Carlsen says ... on Monday, Nov 26 at 12:33 PM

I had the joy and privilege of beng Rose's manager and friend for three years in Salem, Massachusetts. She was a kind, unselfish, giving, wonderful woman. My children, granddaughter and I miss her terribly and have been consumed with grief. RIP Rose

Shelley Anne says ... on Friday, Nov 23 at 9:44 AM

My condolences to the bereaved family and a speedy recovery to those fire fighters injured in their effort to assist. Morne La Croix suffers total neglect by the Government and I pray some day they will be treated as citizens of TnT. Fix the road!!

Pastor Franklin says ... on Friday, Nov 23 at 8:44 AM

hi im the one who did the video, i live on the 14 1/4 mm and i can tell you the road is in a really terrible state. its really sad and unfortunate what happened. our deepest sympathies goes out to the family.

Anne Rochon says ... on Thursday, Nov 22 at 2:14 AM

H wasn't working on my keyboard. Massachusetts. RIP Rose!

Anne Rochon says ... on Wednesday, Nov 21 at 11:02 PM

I had the privilege to work with Rose Moonilal for the last few years at Salem Five Mortgage Company in Salem, Massacusetts. Rose was a very special person and we will miss her terribly. With deepest sympathy to the entire Moonilal family.

Selwyn Lopez says ... on Wednesday, Nov 21 at 8:32 PM

Asia right dont want the trees cut down dont want the banks to be cut also dont want the road widen and dont want the road to be paved they are saying it is Touris attraction so let more people like rose die before they come to there sences

selwyn lopez says ... on Wednesday, Nov 21 at 8:19 PM

Sorry to hear that rose lost her life and the fire officers got into difficulty as a matter of fact u see after the 4/Mile mark no truck should aloud to go any further on that road it is to dangerous. u have Asia right who felt the road is thers bul

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