Jun 03, 2015 News
A tamarind tree which is said to have been standing for more than 50 years fell from a yard onto the roadway knocking down a utility line in Goedverwagting on Sunday last.
According to reports, the owner who resides in Sophia later visited the premises, inspected the scene and left without saying a word to neighbours, even though they asked him what his position was about the situation.
Traffic flow subsequently ceased because the roadway is a popular entrance to the area, and even the utility wire was dangling precariously, almost to the ground.
“No vehicles can pass in or out the street … How he gun block the roadway… everybody was expecting him to come back, up to now he can’t come,” a concerned resident said.
Villagers are now pleading with the authorities to have the matter dealt with.
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