Clarendon's challenges in pictures

Sunday, October 08, 2017

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Residents of the Southwood community in north Clarendon have to cross the Green River daily as the bridge that they would usually use was washed away in the earlier part of this year.

Not propery flagged with caution tape, this breakaway can be dangerous to motorists who traverse the Frankfield community in Clarendon.

Motorists are warned at this breakway in Frankfield, Clarendon

This breakaway in Frankfield, Clarendon, poses a threat to motorists and pedestrians in the parish.

Boulders block a section of the road in north Clarendon. The community is still reeling from the effects of the torrental rains that affected the island earlier this year.

A section of the Frankfield main road in north Clarendon.

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