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Tourists who are planning to visit Baguio City during the Panagbenga Festival 2019 can now pass the historic Kennon Road after the Cordillera Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) had agreed on a memorandum of agreement to open it temporarily. Kennon road will be opened to motorists coming to Baguio for the annual flower festival starting from February 14 until the first week of March, according to CDRRMC chairman Retired Commodore Albert Mogol.

#Baguio #Panagbenga #KennonRoad #closure #motorists

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Kennon Road is still not passable.

Part of the road going to the bridge was eroded during the onslaught of #LawinPH. Two poles of the detour bridge also collapsed.
#LawinPH #KennonRoad #Baguio
Credits: Micaella Ilao, ABS-CBN News

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Tourists planning to go to Baguio City can soon pass by Kennon Road beginning February 14, Cordillera authorities said.

The Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) on Thursday announced it has approved the one-way reopening of Kennon Road to private motorists.

#Baguio #KennonRoad #motorists

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The blasting of three boulders in the Bued River in Barangay Camp 7 in Baguio City was set Wednesday to divert the flow of the river and prevent flash floods on Kennon Road.

A team composed of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Office of the Civil Defense, the Philippine National Police and Philex Mining Corporation were set to lead the activity.

Kennon Road was temporarily closed to traffic from 12 noon until the blasting operation is completed.

Meanwhile, residents within a 100-meter radius of the blast area were evacuated.

#boulders #KennonRoad

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