Very dramatic photos from kisean who says that this was monday morning around 12 am. The driver and three other occupants were proceeding west along tragarete road when upon reaching republic bank, the car started to smoke and then caught fire. Luckily everyone escaped unhurt.
This Is Indeed The Best These Booths Have Ever Looked. Deborah Says - And These Are Her Words - "Big Up To The Person Or Persons Who Came Up With The Concept To Make Them Look Uniformed. If They Maintain Them, Maybe They Can Become a Permanent Part Of The Scenery Around The Savannah."
THIS SIGN ON THE WORK SITE OF THE NEW SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE THE PORT OF SPAIN GENERAL HOSPITAL SPELLS SAFTY WITHOUT THE 'E' AND ITS ON THE SIGN IN 2 PLACES
THE LINE OF CARS AT ONE OF TWO INSPECTION CENTERS IN TOBAGO. HE SAYS HE WAS IN THE LINE SINCE 3AM AND MET DRIVERS SOME OF WHOM HAVE BEEN HERE SINCE 1AM. CAN SOMETHING BE DONE BY THE MINISTRY OF WORKS AND THA TO ADD MORE INSPECTION CENTRES
THE DRIVER OF THIS TRAILER TRUCK LOST CONTROL OF HIS VEHICLE JUST AFTER THE COUVA FLY OVER ONNORTH BOUND LANE, SEVERAL CARS NARROWLY ESCAPED A SMASH UP. OUR VIEWER SAYING THE SKID MARKS ON THE RIGHT LANE, SHOWING THE VEHICLE WAS DOING SOME NUMBERS BEFORE THE INCIDENTTHIS FIRST PICTURE IS FROM A VIEWER WHO SAID THE DRIVER OF THIS TRAILER TRUCK LOST CONTROL OF HIS VEHICLE JUST AFTER THE COUVA...
Jean: This is a massive hole on the pavement 3 ft from the ministry of works and transport, but I guess if you don't walk the streets you don't see the holes. Hope nobody breaks a leg in it.
Sue : This allows the public to see what has transpired since my last email to you showing the total disregard shown to us in our little community called Saddle Hill in Maraval. Less than one month ago I forwarded photos of our recreational grounds being used as a dump site for all the debris that came as a result of floods that took place in lower Maraval on November 21st...
From Akil Who Says This Is The Condition Of The Moka Recreation Ground At The Bottom Of The Saddle Hill In Maraval. They Are Dumping All The Dirt And Debris Accumulated From The Recent Flooding In The Area.
From Chelsea Who Says That This Is Not Something We See Everyday, Peacocks Walking At The Side Of The Road Close To Saghs St Augustine About 5 Of Them. Such Beautiful Creatures, Must Have Escaped From Some's Captivity.
Shots of the construction work going on at the oval. Take note that none of the workmen are wearing any protective gear. No hard hats; no gloves; no boots; no protective eye wear was worn when they were demolishing the walls, just to name a few of the things I noticed they were lacking.