City flooded again

By Jeanna Pearson 
Photos by Arian Browne

 

Georgetown was covered in floodwaters yesterday in a now regular pattern that follows heavy rains with residents once again riled up about the pile-up of garbage in drains and canals.

The downpour, which started at around 2am yesterday and continued throughout the day, saw drains and canals overflowing with the water flooding homes and businesses in sections of the city. As the water rose, heaps of garbage floated onto flooded roads and in yards.

In some areas, residents blocked the streets with old chairs and bedframes to stop vehicles from passing through,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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