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Thursday, 23 November 2017 19:02

Beetham Residents Deny Blocking Highway Over Gang Leader's Arrest, They Say They Want Better Infrastructure

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Traffic on the Beetham Highway came to an absolute standstill on Thursday morning as debris was strewn across the road and commuters reported hearing gunshots and protests in the area.

Residents of Beetham Gardens denied blocking the Highway with debris to protest the arrest of a known gang leader and his accomplice from their community.

Instead, they said they were protesting poor drainage, and poor representation.

C News Journalist Cherrylene Lewis visited Beetham and filed this report.

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