Friday 3 February 2023

The Aftermath in Caldera

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The aftermath of the tide flooding Caldera. Photo is of the section of the Pacific coastal road connecting the Interamericana norte to the Ruta 27 and prone to high tide and strong waves.

See our report “High Tide Floods Caldera” here.

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