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Cave No. 2


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Another?cave has opened up in the Brittons Hill, St Michael area, renewing fears from the 2007 fateful collapse of the Shalom Apartments Complex.
Last Wednesday morning, church officials at the Eastern Caribbean offices at Brydens Avenue, Brittons Hill, discovered that a large portion of the ground had collapsed.
Government’s chief geologist Andre Brathwaite ventured briefly into the hole yesterday and confirmed it was a cave 25 feet wide by 15 feet deep.

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