Friday, 24 August 2018 16:00

Three Sporting Facilities Reopen After Quake Assessments

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After being closed for two days following Tuesday’s seismic event, three major sporting facilities in North Trinidad have been reopened.

The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago advised that the three popular venues, the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Jean Pierre Complex and Woodbrook Youth Facility, are now available for use by members of the public.

The three facilities, in close proximity to each other, were off limits in the interest of safety, since Tuesday’s 6.9 Magnitude earthquake.

But after a thorough inspection on Thursday by a Ministry of Works structural engineer, alongside representatives of the Ministry of Sport & Youth Affairs and SPORTT, the facilities were deemed safe for occupation by both staffers and the public on Friday.

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