Chaotic scene caused by a wedding procession, the offenders identified

For ” to celebrate “a wedding, a procession of cars stopped in the middle of the Trémie des Almohades in Casablanca, on the evening of Saturday August 13 to Sunday August 14, lighting smoke bombs and creating a situation ” chaotic which could have cost them their lives, as well as other motorists.

A video reached MoroccoLatestNews UK shows a behavior irresponsible which caused damage to the equipment installed in the hopper, which opened almost a year ago, and to traffic, not to mention the risk of accidents that this could have caused.

Solicited by MoroccoLatestNews Fr, Casa Aménagement, which is the contracting authority for the Trémie des Almohades, told us that this type ” incident has been listed several times lately, noting that smoke bombs that were ignited in the middle of the tunnel could have set off the fire detection system, and the whole process that goes with it.

After the recording of this incident by the surveillance cameras installed throughout the Almohades tunnel, the National Security went online by identifying the offenders to verbalize them, says Casa Aménagement.

Built on a length of 2.2 km, including 1.8 km underground, the Almohades hopper in Casablanca saw its construction work launched in 2017, before being opened to the public on June 26, 2021, in the presence of senior city officials.

With traffic amounting to some 45,000 vehicles per day, the Almohades hopper has significantly and effectively relieved traffic congestion in all the intersections located along the Almohades, Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah and Zaid boulevards. or Hmed, leading to the Avenue des FAR after the Zelaqa crossroads.

At the start of its commissioning, the Almohades hopper was closed between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. due to the night curfew and the state of health emergency. But with the resumption of traffic and normal life, the authorities have decided to cancel this measure, says Casa Aménagement, which said it did not expect such incidents.

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