Monday, April 15, 2024

House collapses at Chalky Mount


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AN ABANDONED HOUSE in Chalky Mount, St Andrew slipped further into a gully around 7 a.m. today, causing further damage to a neighbouring property.

Clarina Green said the weight from the house knocked down a bit of the guard wall from the side and back of her home. A large piece of it had broken away during the passage of Hurricane Tomas in 2010.

The house, which she said is owned by Jennifer Clarke, slipped from foundation following Tomas and forced the family of five to relocate. (YB)


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