Photo of the collapsed sea wall/road.

Dear editor:

As predicted “the next ground swell” has resulted in the collapse of the Pointe Michele sea wall and road during the rush hour this morning. Thank God no one was hurt. This leaves the houses exposed to the continuous onslaught of ground swells.

Could this have been easily  avoided if a few concrete mixer trucks loaded with Dominican resources (tarish) were available and mixed with portland cement to be poured into the hole?

Were a local company contracted would the villagers/home owners be left as they are now waiting for a Bajan company to arrive? Would it be too late?

Concerned Born and bred Dominican