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South-bound leg of bridge at Constant Spring road reopens

Published:Monday | October 10, 2016 | 10:07 PM
In this file photo a man walks by a section of Constant Spring Road where a part of the road collapsed due to a broken sewer main last week Thursday.

The south-bound leg of the bridge that connects Constant Spring Road to Half-Way Tree Road in St Andrew has been reopened to vehicular traffic.

It has eased the traffic nightmare for users.

The heavily-trafficked thoroughfare collapsed due to a broken sewer main last week Thursday.

Corporate Public Relations Manager at the National Water Commission (NWC), Charles Buchannan, says all three lanes on the south-bound leg of the bridge are open.

Buchannan says work continues of the northbound leg, which he says is expected to be completed by Wednesday.