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|10th December 2009, 13:08||#16|
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ooh damn, seems as if its ocean water with huge waves, taking cars and storing them at one location without any care. Too much damage.
|10th December 2009, 13:53||#17|
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Funniest thing I've heard. And what did they abuse ?
Maybe mother nature does not like fast cars there and likes them everywhere else.
Nevertheless, the damage is massive.
|10th December 2009, 15:08||#18|
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The damage caused to the cars and infrastructure seems to be huge. Looks like the underpass engineers forgot to provision storm water drains for the underpasses as it seldom rains in that part of the world.
People should think & design ways to collect water at there premises some thing like rain water harvesting so that such situation does not arise in future.
Remember in a desert country water is most precious resource.
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