Cape Coast-Twifo Praso Road rendered inaccessible as heavy rain washes away bridge [Video]

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Heavy rains in the Jukwa district of the Central Region have left the Cape Coast-Twifo Praso route unusable to vehicles.

The Ghana Highway Authority has asked vehicles on the Cape Coast-Twifo Praso road to take caution since the bridge linking the towns at Jukwa has been washed out by flooding.

Travelers are consequently encouraged to use the route from Cape Coast to Yamoransa.

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“The Ghana Highway Authority kindly wishes to bring to the notice of the general public that a washout of bridge approaches at Jukwa has rendered the Cape Coast-Twifo Praso Road inaccessible. The road has been cut off by the rains at Jukwa.

“Motorists travelling between Cape Coast and Twifo Praso are therefore advised to use Cape Coast – Yamoransa (N1)- Assin Fosu – Twifo Praso (N81) road as the Authority mobilizes to solve the problem as soon as possible,” the ministry said in a notice shared on its Facebook page.

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The Ghana Police Service and the National Disaster Management Authority (NADMO) are on the site and addressing the situation, according to the ministry.

The government, on the other hand, confirmed that traffic had been diverted to avoid cars becoming delayed at the site.

“Currently the Ghana Police Service and NADMO are on site together with GHA personnel to manage the situation. The washout is at a 22m span bridge at ch 20+000 at Jukwa. We apologize sincerely for any inconvenience caused.”

“With the aid of the public announcement and the efforts of communities between Cape Coast and Jukwa, traffic has been diverted/reversed and there are no stranded motorists at the site currently,” the ministry said.

Watch the video below;

Source: GhBase

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