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Principal rushes to CSEC students' rescue as St Thomas cabbies protest for a second day

Published:Tuesday | May 10, 2016 | 5:13 PM
Acting Principal of Seaforth High School, Calbert Thomas is seen standing next to the school's bus which was used to assist students to the institution today.

Shanna Monteith, Gleaner Writer

Several Seaforth High School students in St Thomas who are sitting CXC exams faced transportation issues for a second day today because of continued protest action by taxi operators.

The taxi men have gathered along the Seaforth Main Road as they continue to protest the deplorable road conditions in some communities in the parish.

Acting Principal of Seaforth High School, Calbert Thomas says he had to arrange alternative transportation to ensure his CSEC students made it to school in time for their exams.

 

The taxi men have promised to continue their protests action until the authorities arrange temporary fixes to the bad roads in St Thomas