Tuesday 22 June 2021

La Sabana Sur Friday

Photo credit: ALONSO TENORIO.
Photo credit: ALONSO TENORIO.

Traffic congestion in La Sabana Surr returned to its normal mayhem following the closure of the Circunvalación and the first day without any truck taking down electrical utility poles – but watch out for the potholes.

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