Friday, 23 October 2020

Landslide Cause of Closure of Ruta 32 This Monday Morning

A landslide once against has closed the Ruta 32 –  Cerro Braulio Carrillo section –  this Monday morning. The Policia de Transito (traffic police) said a landslide was reported at 2:30 a.m. at kilometer 25 in the area known as “la vuelta de los sustos” (the scary turn).

At this time there is no information as to when the road will be re-opened.

Alternate routes are Ruta 126 through Heredia, Vara Blanca and Guapiles and Ruta 10 through Turrialba.

For the latest in road conditions and closures, visit the Policia de Transito website.

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