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Thu, 02 Jan 2020 18:39 - Updated Thu, 02 Jan 2020 19:50

Ravine threatens to cut off road circulation on EN-225

Dundo - The road link between Lunda Norte province and Malanje, Cuanza Norte and Luanda provinces can be interrupted at any time because of the progression of a ravine that has already 'swallowed' 'part of the National Road (EN) 225, Cambawassa section / Lóvua headquarters.

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Ravine threatens to cut off road circulation on EN- 225

Photo: Crédito: Sonia Ferry

The progression of the ravine, more than 10 meters deep, was due to soil erosion and heavy rainfall in recent months in the province.

In the town of Salucunda, Cuilo municipality, the problem is more serious: more than 20 trucks with food and fuel have been stranded since December 31, due to a degradation of about 26 kilometers on the same road.

EN 225 is currently used by drivers and mainly truckers to transport food, fuel and passengers from Luanda to the east of the country and / or vice versa.

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