08-05-2017 by redazione
The heavy rains that this morning are falling incessantly on the Kilifi region have caused big problems at the Mbogolo bridge, on the state road Malindi-Mombasa after the county capital.
The bridge was submerged by the water of the water flowing below it, but had already been made impracticable for the passage of vehicles and luckily there are no accidents.
The traffic police advised those heading to Mombasa or Malindi to use the new Kaloleni road and Mavueni deviations to return to Mombasa Road, but if it is true that the Kilifi-Kaloleni-Mariakani is paved, the deviations , On the dirt road, suffer from the same problem of many inland roads and are not easily accessible for non-road vehicles or heavy vehicles.
In the coming hours, especially with falling precipitation, it will be important to see the severity of the damage and how much time it can be repaired.
A review by the Kenya Transport Company has determined that the Mbogolo bridge, on the Mombasa-Malindi road just off Kilifi, will again be transitable after the water level has fallen.
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