BREAKING NEWS: FISHING HOLE ROAD FLOODED GRAND BAHAMA

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

img-20170108-wa0000

Minister for Grand Bahama Michael Darville at a press briefing in Freeport this morning 8 January indicated that the Fishing Hole Road which joins West Grand Bahama to Freeport is to be closed from 4 p m until the duration of the high tide which will end at 10 p m.

The road is flooded due to the high tide and a surge exacerbated by 30 knot winds.

Police will be stationed at either side of the crossing to enforce the closure.

The police will allow motorist to pass in an organize fashion until there is a safety issue. At that point no one will be able to pass until the tide recede.

According to Grand Bahama Minister Michael Darville: The police will allow motorist to pass in an organize fashion until there is a safety issue. At that point no one will be able to pass until the tide recede.”