Screen_Shot_2013-12-04_at_8.09.02_PMThe 2013 hurricane season has come to an end, and according to the National Meteorological Service of Belize this year’s season was just below average. This year the Hurricane season officially culminated on Saturday, November 30th, and while Belize were spared from any disastrous hurricane/ tropical cyclones, stationary thunderstorm systems have caused many areas to see severe flooding around the country.

Up North, in Corozal Town major flooding was recorded especially in the Sarteneja road, Consejo road and the road leading to the Pueblo Nuevo ferry impeding villagers to commute on a daily basis.  The good news tonight is that the weather has been holding up significantly, allowing Ministry of Works to conduct major ground works.

Today when Victor Castillo travelled to the Pueblo Nuevo Ferry it was evident that works were being carried out in the area. CTV3 News understand that since the weather has been holding on, they have double the man force on the ground, in order to accomplish a major part of the road that needs significant attention.

When we tried to contact District Technical Supervisor Mario Tun for an update we were informed that Tun was out supervising other areas. We will follow up this story including the development of the Consejo road works and the Sarteneja Road conditions.

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