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MBC Prime’s Miguel Fevrier has been following the plight of the Gros Islet minibus owners who have for months now complained about the conditions at their Darling Road base An August 21st 2018 newscast reported on the proliferation of mud at the holding area when it rains, causing much discomfort for drivers who are forced to wash their vehicles more often than usual. Likewise on dry days, drivers complain about the presence of dust, which, apart from contributing to health issues, also sends drivers to the car wash. Prime has learned that the Gros Islet Minibus owners association this week sent yet another letter to the Transport Ministry, requesting immediate action. Here’s Senior News Correspondent Miguel Fevrier with more.

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