Saturday, 28 November 2020

QToons: Circunvalacion Bridge Built On Destabalized Ground

The Circunvalación (ring road) bridge was built on land unstabilized; experts had warned of the risk as bridge begins to show signs of stress.
The Circunvalación (ring road) bridge was built on land destabilized; experts had warned of the risk as bridge begins to show signs of stress.

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