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Road cracks, police monitor traffic

By TEVITA VUIBAU
Thursday, February 27, 2014

Update: 1:43PM POLICE are monitoring traffic flow on a stretch of road that has started to crack and shift at Babavoce hill in Tailevu.

The Kings Rd stretch near Naiborebore Village has a steep drop to one side of the road.

However, police director traffic SSP Sudesh Mishra says the road will not slip as yet.

He did say though that the road would be a risk to heavy laden vehicles.

"We are monitoring the situation to ensure the safety of all motorists," SSP Mishra said.





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