Written by Bert Dalida
Metals, concrete and rocks from demolished and buried seawall at station 1 beach front stuck out Monday night, January 13.
According to some establishments at the area, this occurred after high tide and strong waves washed away Monday night, the sand that was used to bury the demolished seawall in the previews week.
The incident made passersby, especially tourists, dismayed on what they saw.
One tourist told a commissioner at the area that allegedly the tourist’s leg got wounded because of a protruding metal from a concrete.
Nevertheless, the demolition quickly took action in order not to cause accidents to the public by fixing the area using a backhoe.
The Boracay Redevelopment Task Force (BRTF) previously insisted that the demolished seawall be buried so that sand could not be carried back to sea.
Translated/Edited by Rodel J. Abalus