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Recently, people in Ea Wer and Ea Huar communes (Buon Don district, Dak Lak province) are always afraid when they cross the degraded and badly damaged suspension bridges. It has been put into use for many years but has not been regularly maintained and repaired, so most of the suspension bridges in the area have slack cables, loose screws, high vibration…
At hamlet 8, Ea Huar commune, PV Youth recorded the condition of the concrete road on the viaduct below the suspension bridge being eroded, the abutment at the two ends of the bridge was deeply gouged by flood water, many large concrete pieces were torn and swept into the middle of the stream… Driving a motorbike very slowly over Ha Van Menh, a local resident, said that in the dry season, people often move through the viaduct, but in the rainy season, when the spring water rises, they have to cross the suspension bridge to go up to the fields. “Just through the first few rains of the season, the viaduct was heavily eroded and damaged, so our relatives had to go up the suspension bridge. But the suspension bridge was also degraded, 3 cables were stolen, so the bridge shook a lot, Traveling is very nervous and worried”, Mr. Menh said shyly.
At hamlet 8, Ea Wer commune, the damage is even more serious. Most of the railing posts along both sides of the bridge were broken, exposing jagged rusty iron poles. In the iron bars of the bridge railing, some screws have been lost, people have to use old cloth and clothes to tie them up, which looks very offensive and unsafe. Driving across the bridge with a stressed face, Mr. Nong Van Ban, resident of hamlet 8, Ea Wer commune, said that about a year ago, the railings of the suspension bridge were broken and lost screws. People find it dangerous, so they have to consult the authorities at all levels and propose to repair the bridge to ensure safety.
In addition, the suspension bridge in Ea Ly village (Ea Wer commune) and hamlet 7 suspension bridge (Ea Huar commune) are also degraded, causing unsafety for passersby.
OLD800 MILLION TO REPAIR
Regarding the deterioration and unsafety of a series of suspension bridges for people living in the area, the People’s Committee of H.Buon Don recently reviewed, compiled statistics and sent a report to the Provincial People’s Committee, the Department of Finance, and the Department of Transport of Dak Lak province. for repair funding. According to the report, 4 suspension bridges in Ea Wer and Ea Huar communes were invested by the Ministry of Transport and assigned to the People’s Committee of H.Buon Don to manage, operate and exploit since 2015. “Since completion, the suspension bridges have been completed. in Ea Wer commune, Ea Huar has served well for circulation in the area and socio-economic development.However, after 7 years of use but have not been maintained and maintained, the suspension bridges are now down. severe level”, the assessment report.
Through inspection, the authorities in H.Buon Don reported that there were three 10 mm diameter cables at the suspension bridge in village 8, Ea Huar commune, which were stolen; 22 railing posts at the suspension bridge in hamlet 8, Ea Wer commune were broken and need to be replaced. In addition, the horizontal bracing cables, anchor cables, anti-roll cables are stretched, the connection positions by bolts are loose, causing the bridge to shake…
H.Buon Don People’s Committee affirmed that the repair of suspension bridges for people in the area is very necessary and urgent. However, due to limited funding at the district level, they had to ask their superiors to support more than 800 million VND for repair.
Exchange with YouthMr. Le Van Nur, Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of H.Buon Don, said that the district has submitted a report to the People’s Committee of Dak Lak province and a number of related departments and agencies, waiting for a response to have funds to repair the bridges. locality.