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Raw sewage bubbles from a manhole and onto Oxford Street in downtown Kingston on Friday. The problem, which has business operators angry, has been blamed on a broken sewer main, which is common throughout the busy business district. "For four weeks sewage has been flowing along the road. This can't continue," Merle Watson, who operates a food shop in the area, told the Jamaica Observer Friday.
Several other business people and commuters also complained about the free-flowing sewage and the health risks in the much-traversed area.
"Because of this sewage not even children we don't make venture to this area," said a fresh food stall operator who gave her name only as Samantha.
Last week, downtown Kingston vendors complained about a similar situation on Darling Street, which they said had been reported to the authorities, including the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation, but nothing has changed. (PHOTO: GARFIELD ROBINSON)
Raw sewage anger
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