Bush a danger
All across the island Barbados is cultivating a new problem that can have deadly consequences for motorists and pedestrians.
From relatively “modern” highways, to traditional “main roads”, to country paths that under normal circumstances are barely able to accommodate the growing volume of traffic, Barbadians are dealing with the issue the scale of which many are experiencing for the first time.
And within recent weeks the constant heavy rains have compounded the problem. No, we are not talking about potholes, although they too are a growing problems.
The big challenge confronting motorists is that increasingly they are unable to tell the true width of the road because of the volume of bush that now lines almost every pathway but the ABC Highway.
Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.