08-05-2017 by redazione
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.
No structural collapse, as in the first place, social media in a fast turn of sms on various watsapp groups had ventilated.
At the time of more rainfall the bridge was submerged and even a vehicle was swept away by the waters, so that the traffic stuck for several hours. But in the last few hours rainfall has fallen and rescue workers and technicians have been able to verify that the bridge is still in good condition, it is only to make it agile and monitor it, if large showers come back.
At the same time, the Kenya National Higways Authority has been very cautious of all motorists taking the route that involves the passage from the Googles. For the time being, only the passing of light vehicles is planned, until the main operations are carried out.
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.
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