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Emergency Declaration Ratified for Sinking Bridge

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The regional government has officially ratified the emergency declaration for the critical infrastructure project to rebuild the sinking CV-95 road bridge that crosses over the Lo Quiles ravine in the San Miguel de Salinas area. The declaration comes after the San Miguel Arcángel residents’ association raised alarms about the deteriorating condition of the bridge last October by informing the infrastructure department and publishing a series of photographs showcasing the bridge’s dangerous condition. Despite the urgency of the situation, the regional government has not yet provided a timeline for when the reconstruction efforts will commence. Full details of this development can be found in Friday’s edition of Costa Blanca News.

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