Martin just told us that due to the storm last night, the new overpass (bridge) that was built just last Thursday was blocked with rocks and the river water couldn't get through the cylinders. Martin, his son, Bryan, and neighbour Primo apparently were up most of the night clearing debris from the openings to allow the water to flow through. Martin's trout ponds depend heavily on this source of water so to have it blocked means his ponds could drain and thousands of fish could die. Not good, to say the least. After many hours of work, the men managed to fix the problem. Welcome to the unpredictable rainy season! It's not without its challenges at times.
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