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The vehicle involved in the fatal crash. Photo: Dexter Philip

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The traffic at 10.30a.m. today

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AS of 3.30 p.m. today all lanes of the Uriah-Butler Highway heading south were all passable to all classes of vehicles said the Police Service.

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THE community of Makefing was under nine feet of flood water yesterday, leaving everyone from residents to police officers and emergency responders stranded.

In fact, the area was brought to a standstill, with the MP describing it as the worst flooding he has ever witnessed.

Savi Sookram was one of the many residents who awoke yesterday to find her house a virtual Noah’s Ark.

The usually sleeping Ortoire River, engorged by days of rainfall, overflowed overnight, leaving her house surrounded by nine feet of water.

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ANGRY residents and business owners of Bamboo Settlement # 2 unleashed insults and anger as Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan and Minister of Rural Development and Local Government Faris Al-Rawi attempted to tour the area yesterday.

Residents had on Monday claimed that Ministry of Works contractors were the cause of “historic” disastrous flooding in their village following torrential rain.

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Lakeisha Grant, the six-month pregnant woman who died in a fire at her boyfriend’s home five months ago, will be laid to rest today.

Grant, along with two members of a Gasparillo family, was trapped inside the burning house when fire broke out on June 25.

Matriarch Eveline Miller, 72, and her five-year-old granddaughter Amy Chattergoon, also died in the fire.