Cyclone Idai: ZRP Notifies Motorists Of Inaccessible Roads In Manicaland

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is advising motorists that some roads in Chipinge and Chimanimani are inaccessible due to the effects of Tropical Cyclone Idai. Through its Twitter page, the ZRP said:

ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC POLICE CYCLONE IDAI UPDATE: 18/3/19 The Zimbabwe Republic Police is advising motorists, both public service vehicles and private, that the listed roads/bridges in Manicaland are currently inaccessible due to the effects of CYCLONE IDAI Chipinge – Chimanimani Road.

(currently being worked on by Army Engineers) Wengezi_ Chimanimani rd Mt Selinda_ Birchenough rd (InterAfrica bus which was been affected has since been removed from the scene and heavy vehicles are passing through while light vehicles are unable to do so) Motorists should.

Therefore find alternative routes. More updates will be given soon.

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One Comment on “Cyclone Idai: ZRP Notifies Motorists Of Inaccessible Roads In Manicaland

  1. How do people find alternative routes in a cyclone ravaged area. A team should have been dispatched to explore alternative roads for people to use and these be announced. Some people want to bury their loved ones who died as a result of this. Bad parts along the alternative routes mobilised with Rescue trucks that patrol, because we cannot all have big vehicles to use.

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