The Administration of the Gambia Ferry Providers has introduced that the bus that caught midway on the Barra Terminal touchdown had been efficiently eliminated.
“Operations had resumed. The Administration sincerely apologies to its clients for the inconvenience triggered,” the Gambia Ferry Providers mentioned in an announcement on Friday concerning an incident involving a truck plunging into the water.
“At roughly 11:30 a.m., a 55-seater bus with Malian registration quantity BQ 2332 MB arrived on the Barra Terminal, aspiring to proceed to Banjul. The driving force of the bus was denied boarding as a result of noticed technical deficiencies.”
“Following a mechanical evaluation, the motive force requested his staff to push the bus in the direction of the touchdown bridge to verify the technical situation of the bus earlier than the following ferry arrival,” the Ferries Administration defined.
The discharge indicated that it was throughout this push that the bus veered astray and partly submerged into the water as a result of malfunctioning brakes.
The Administration of the Gambia Ferry Service additionally apologised for any inconvenience triggered to the overall travelling public.
Additional, in a subsequent assertion the Administration of Ferries indicated that the bus had been eliminated and regular providers resumed accordingly, whereas apologising for any comfort the incident would possibly trigger to clients.