High tide pulverizes part of Mosquito Hall seawall

-residents fear for safety, property

Residents of Mosquito Hall, East Coast Demerara are once again in a state panic after a 3.18-metre high tide caused the collapse of a large section of the inner side of the seawall yesterday morning.

Chief River and Sea Defence Officer, Kevin Samad, said the Ministry of Public Works will dispatch workmen today to begin works to temporarily fix the collapsed section of approximately 40 ft.

Angry residents did not neglect to point out that at the top of this  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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