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9:18 AM December 14, 2018

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9:18 AM December 14, 2018

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New Road In Pulilan, Bulacan With Electrics Posts Located In The Middle Went Viral, Entices Netizens Reaction

BULACAN – A photo of a new road in Pulilan, Bulacan went viral on social media after it was seen having electric cables staying at the middle of the road.

According to GMA News, a Twitter account of Jonathan Andel via DZBB Super Radyo reported that the newly-made road has Meralco’s electric cables that were located in the middle, in which it was supposed to be removed or relocated when the road was built.

The road was located at Barangay Balatong B in the town of Pulilan, Bulacan. There was a road-widening project on the said rod, which is the reason why there are electric cables still stuck in the middle of the widened road.

The local PNP were notified and made an inspection on the situation. Bulacan Police Provincial Director Sr. Supt. Chito Bersaluna said that the road is temporarily closed.

As per the report, Meralco eventually removed the posts from the road.

On GMA News’ Facebook page, the post never escaped  lots of comments from netizens. Here are some of them;

Louie Goyena Tacio: “Mas malupit yung pinagawang Tulay na walang ilog sa samar. 😁”

Larry Maac: “Yan ang bagong uso na kalsada sa pinas pangkaraniwan na yan. Road widdening daw eh panu naman magagamit ng maayus may poste sa gitna. Yan ang bago sa build build program. Build nga ng build yung iba naman d magamit ng maayus!!!”

Eric Blackburn: “DPWH: Tara gawa tayo kalsada. Meralco: Wag na wag nyong pakikialaman mga poste namen. DPWH: K. 🤣🤣✌️✌️✌️”

Rey Lim: “Meralco kasi yan, meralco ang magtataggal nyan hindi ang contractor ng kalsada, maraming ganyan di lang jan, mabagal ang meralco pagserbisyo pero sa putulan mabilis”

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