Six-hour closure planned for harbour bridge repairs

- UK fuel carrier to pay for damage

The Demerara Harbour Bridge will be closed between Wednesday night and Thursday morning to repair the sections that were damaged when it was hit by an oil products tanker on Sunday.

General Manager of the Demerara Harbour Bridge Corporation (DHBC) Rawlston Adams told reporters yesterday that two cluster piles, four connecting posts, several pontoons and the transom were damaged as a result of the impact when the Lucy PG hit the bridge.

The vessel, currently docked at the Shell Wharf in the Demerara Harbour, is owned and managed by  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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