Crocodile Bridge - Bridge reconstruction update

by Paul Kubayi
(Crocodile Bridge, Kruger Park, Mpumalanga)




The long awaited re-construction of the bridge across the Crocodile river is fanally completed, and the handover shall be done on Friday 29 October 2010. The temporary closures due to flash-flooding experienced over the past four and half years are now finally over!!!

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Oct 29, 2010
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At last
by: Jane

Thanks for the update Paul, the bridge looks great hope it holds up to the next flood.

Oct 27, 2010
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Good news indeed!
by: Mario

Thanks for the update Paul! Are you going to be the first person to drive across the new bridge?!

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