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Sandy Gully pictorial

Published:Friday | August 20, 2021 | 12:08 AM
Top: A huge pile of garbage along the banks of the gully in the vicinity of Spanish Town Road.
Top: A huge pile of garbage along the banks of the gully in the vicinity of Spanish Town Road.
Garbage and fallen trees pile up in a section of the gully in the vicinity of Spanish Town Road.
Garbage and fallen trees pile up in a section of the gully in the vicinity of Spanish Town Road.
A man rides his bicycle over a bridge along a section of the Sandy Gully with overgrown trees on Spanish Town Road.
A man rides his bicycle over a bridge along a section of the Sandy Gully with overgrown trees on Spanish Town Road.
Charmaine Beckford, a resident of Riverton City, speaks to the media about the pile -up of trees and garbage in the Sandy Gully.
Charmaine Beckford, a resident of Riverton City, speaks to the media about the pile -up of trees and garbage in the Sandy Gully.
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With the recent passage of two adverse weather systems, tropical storms Elsa and Grace, residents who live within proximity of the Sandy Gully, one of the main water channels in the Corporate Area, are again expressing concern about the state of readiness to handle large volumes of water. Here is what our camera lens captured.