MAPUSA: In a harrowing incident, the protective wall of St. Brito High School in Dattawadi collapsed once again this year, narrowly avoiding any casualties.
This incident comes just a year after a lady sustained injuries when the wall fell on her moving car at the same location.
The recurring wall collapses have sparked serious safety concerns among the residents and parents of students attending the school.
Fortunately, no one was passing by at the time, thus averting potential life losses. Local authorities and the school administration were immediately alerted to the incident.
The collapse has raised questions about the structural integrity of the school’s protective wall, which is intended to ensure the safety of both students and pedestrians.
Concerned citizens are now demanding a thorough investigation into the matter to determine the root cause of these recurrent wall failures.
Last year’s incident, where a lady was injured as the wall collapsed onto her moving car, still lingers fresh in the memory of residents.
While the injuries sustained were not life-threatening, it served as a wake-up call for the need to address the structural weaknesses of the wall.
However, it appears that the necessary measures were not taken, resulting in yet another alarming incident