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Vandalism Disrupts Water Supply To Babonneau Residents

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Several Babonneau residents had their water supply disrupted due to acts of vandalism.

The residents, several of whom live in Garrand,  found that some malicious individual or individuals had severed their pipelines.

Upon receiving the report, the Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) dispatched crews to reconnect the affected residents.

By Saturday evening, the crews had completed nineteen connections.

The company had announced repairs to a section of the raw water pipeline between the John Compton Dam and the Theobalds Water Treatment Plant in Ciceron that began on Friday, March 1.

WASCO estimated completing the repairs in 48 hours.

As a result, all consumers supplied by the northern network would have experienced a service interruption.

However, WASCO’s Hill 20 system supplies water to Babonneau.

As a result, the community was unaffected by the service interruption caused by the repairs to a section of the raw water pipeline between the John Compton Dam and the Theobalds Water Treatment Plant in Ciceron.

 

 

 

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I wonder if this is the result of a land dispute. If it is, this is, the person(s) more than sal09e!!

  2. Lucians really gonna cry when we living in a police state. Cctv everywhere to catch the type of person doing this nonsense and police searching us randomly for weapons. SMH

  3. Asiiay….this country has some real savages…no love no forgiveness, no humility….just pure hatred! I guess they see the same happening with our political parties.

  4. They are destroying their own lives
    The eyes of GOD is on them to do them bad for their wickedness !!

  5. It’s time Cameras be installed Island wide.Most of these Young Boys live at their Mothers House and they are aware of their Criminal Activities.What problem these Meters have with these persons .I Blame Both Parties for not installing Cameras Island to assist the police in Fighting Crime in St.Lucia.If the police Deal with them accordingly Human rights activist will be all over Social Media.Its really out of Control in St.Lucia

  6. I know some people like anonymous will blamed the government for this vandalism, but are parents talking to their children or are they afraid of them?
    The problem is money and greed plus our leaders have proven to be highly indiscipline, failing to follow rules and regulations.

  7. Woiiii some of us have had 3 days not even in 3 months cap estate and u pullin that shit in baboneau smph God has EYES EvERYWHERE!…..

  8. Some Lucians are ignorant and self destructive beyond rehabilitation…idiots on parade about nothing doing nothing going nowhere fast and then they blame the government for everything even their own bad choices.

  9. The really sadness is the fact that whoever did it feels that the act is justified, feels no remorse, may find that behaviour funny and is actually looking out for his/her/their (“its”, preferably) “achievement” in the news …

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