What's Trending:Death of UWI student

Looka Lew, lookalew@nationenws.com

Added 20 December 2012

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The Nation’s Online Editor Carol Martindale looks at What’s Trending in Barbados today. The sad news of the death of the 21-year-old Trinidadian student Shenice Davis after she fell ill at Grantley Adams International Airport yesterday has pulled at the heartstrings of some online readers. Davis was on her way home for the Christmas break. Ali Cia: How sad! What a 'blow' this must be to her family! May she rest in peace and rise in glory!” Victoria Lily: “This is so sad. It’s never a good time to have a death in the family but I think this time of the year is worse. Rest in Peace.” Patrick Tannis: “Very sad to have seen this, we are for sure praying for the family and our sincere condolences to all close to her. May she rest in peace and rise in glory.” Dorson Ottley: “Such a sad thing. My heart goes out to her family and friends.” Ross Johnson: “On behalf of the Social Sciences Student Executive, we would like to express our deepest condolences to Shenice Davis’ Family. We are saddened at the news of her death and ask that we remember both her and Nahum in our prayers. May their souls Rest In Peace.” Visit the Nation's Facebook page for more comments

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