Trumpet News: Almost seven months after construction began on the Bridge at Little Creek, the project is yet to be completed.
The bridge that links the south-west of Antigua to the city of St John’s was badly damaged in November 2020 due to heavy flooding. The already weakened road subsided even further.
Residents in the area have expressed concerns and frustration as a Tropical Storm warning was issued earlier today.
While a bypass was created adjacent to the bridge to allow drivers to travel to and from the city with minimal disruption, some residents traversing the area have grown impatient with the pace at which the work is progressing.
With the threat of this severe weather condition and the temporary block of the path for the water to pass, they say the situation could be serious.
Several hotels on that side of the island have expressed concern over the length of time it’s taking to complete the project.
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This is such a crying shame. Same with the portion by the pineapple farm.
Not surprised. All B Lying Politicians not working for the people as usual. They might wait until just before the elections to fix it so it’s fresh in people’s minds.
World dictator traitor tyrant liar HT Gaston Browne and his entire cesspool gang need to be removed from office.
All involved with the abduction kidnapping and execution style murder of Nigel Christian have yet to be brought to justice. High ranking persons are the reason why no one involved have been captured.
And there’s the case of Mehul Choksi. He was abducted kidnapped beaten and human trafficked HT to Dominica. I hope his legal counsel will get justice for him and bring every last person involved to justice.
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