Hanging bridge in Bulacan closed due to cracks

25/06/2022 9:45:00 AM

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The hanging bridge in Barangay Sapang Bayan in Calumpit, Bulacan was temporarily closed to people and motorcycles after it suddenly tilted while a crowd was watching a fluvial parade in the town’s river on Thursday, June 23.

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Freddie Velez The hanging bridge in Barangay Sapang Bayan in Calumpit, Bulacan was temporarily closed to people and motorcycles after it suddenly tilted while a crowd was watching a fluvial parade in the town’s river on Thursday, June 23.Freddie Velez Five villages in Calumpit, Bulacan have been declared drug-free.Freddie Velez Bulacan Governor Daniel Fernando is leading the province’s fight against dengue amid the rising number of dengue cases in the province.Freddie Velez Thousands of devotees joined the processions in the province of Bulacan on Thursday, June 23, a day before the feast of St.

In a video posted in social media, a large number of people on the bridge were seen watching the Libad Festival in Calumpit River when the bridge suddenly tilted, causing the spectators to lose their balance and almost fall into the river.Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident.Col.Authorities later found out that the bridge’s foundation suffered deep cracks probably due to overloading.Cielito Nikki Ross Gonzales, dengue program coordinator of the PHO, urged Bulakenyos to follow the enhanced 4S strategies: Search and destroy mosquito breeding sites; Secure self-protection; Seek early consultation; and Support fogging/spraying in hotspot areas.Outgoing Calumpit Mayor Jessie P.Arinas, acting chief of police of Calumpit; Calumpit Mayor Jessie P.de Jesus immediately coordinated with the Municipal Engineering Office, Department of Public Works, and Highways (DPWH) District Engineer, and the Bulacan Provincial Engineering Office (PEO) to assess the damage and make the necessary repairs on the bridge.from St.

In an interview with Manila Bulletin, the residents appealed to the Bulacan provincial government to change the hanging bridge into a two-lane concrete bridge so that four-wheel vehicles could also pass through it.(Photo courtesy of Calumpit Police) Lt.Dengue is a viral disease transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected female mosquito called Aedes which carries the dengue virus.“This is a challenge to the newly elected public servants in Calumpit as well as to the newly elected congressman of the First District of Bulacan Danny Domingo,” they said.According to some residents in the village, the late Blas F.Wendel T.Ople was the one who sponsored the construction of the hanging bridge..De Jesus, Dheo Tabor of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Bulacan, and Imelda Magat of the municipal Department of the Interior Local Government (DILG), spearheaded the awarding of drug cleared certificates to Barangays Gugo, Caniogan, San Marcos, Sucol, and Panducot.m.

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