Asphalt Road Collapsed After Heavy Rain In Bursa

Asphalt Road Collapsed After Heavy Rain in Bursa: In the heavy rain that started yesterday evening in Bursa, 34,4 kilograms of precipitation fell per square meter.
In the heavy rain that started yesterday evening in Bursa, 34.4 kilograms of precipitation fell per square meter. Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Recep Altepe, who examined the road that was closed due to the collapsed asphalt in the Bursa-Ankara Highway Santral Garaj location due to heavy rain, said that they renewed the broken pipes and that the curtain wall was quickly built by the construction company in the collapsed section. As a result of the heavy rain that started last night in Bursa and was effective, it was announced that 34.4 kilograms of rain fell per square meter. Torrential rains negatively affected life in Bursa. Fire crews intervened in 12 houses and workplaces that were flooded until the morning upon the notice. There was a dent in the asphalt as a result of the collapse of the construction wall in the Bursa-Ankara Highway Santral Garaj Site due to rain. The road was closed to traffic as a result of the collapse of the sewer pipes. Bursa Metropolitan Mayor AK Party Mayor Recep Altepe, who made observations in this region in the morning, stated that the sewer pipe exploded as a result of the collapse of the wall, which was under construction, and the road became unusable.
Altepe said that the construction and control of the district municipalities were carried out, the road became unusable and the sewer pipe exploded due to the explosion of the Metropolitan Municipality. Teams last night since the Directorate of Highways by the Regional Directorate of pipes continue to renovate the President Altepe, the contractor companies performing the construction of curtain wall re-curtain said. Altepe, the road to work as soon as possible to open day and night, he said.
In the meantime, it was announced that torrential rains will continue intermittently in Bursa until Friday.

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