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Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley addresses the media while Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Transport and Works, Donna Cadogan looks on.
Hope for residents: White Hill road to be abandoned, residents relocated
The collapsed road at White Hill, St. Andrew will have to be abandoned, as there is a possibility of greater deterioration and land slippage and residents of the rural community will have to be relocated as a matter of urgency.

Minister of Transport and Works, Michael Lashley, gave this analysis while acting on the input of technical personnel in his Ministry, after he visited the area yesterday and described the situation there as something never seen before. Residents were unable to traverse the White Hill road after a section of it literally caved in, slipping dangerously close to a nearby gully. Residents also suggested that that section of the road is getting worse as the days come and go and a few were also injured trying to traverse it.

“Looking at the condition of this road and having a very brief chat with the technical personnel at the Ministry of Transport and Works, to ...

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