Motorists Urged To Exercise ‘Extreme Caution’ Due To Land Slippages After Weekend Rain

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Heavy weekend rain triggered land slippages in some areas of Saint Lucia, prompting an assessment of the situation by the Department of Infrastructure, Ports, and Transport and a warning to motorists.

On Monday, the Department reported land slippages on the Bocage – Cacao Girard and the Fond Canie – Guesneau roads.

The Department disclosed that due to the development, sections of the road in the affected areas may be reduced to single-lane traffic.

It urged motorists to exercise ‘extreme caution’ when traversing the affected areas and pay heed to associated signage.

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  1. Motorists and extreme caution is as good as relating sleep and busyness. Dem muhn eh slowing down. Only traffic cops issuing tickets will modify behavior.

  2. The roads in this country are a disgrace and hazard on any given day far less after rain. I have never seen them this bad. Vehicle maintenance costs are at an all time high…we pay through our nostrils – road tax on every gallon of fuel and another 240 to 300 a year to infrastructure yet we get a bad deal with damaged suspensions, and all manner of trauma to our vehicle. … it is time people start suing the government for damage to vehicle because it is obvious that they don’t give a sh!t about us.


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