Saturday, June 25, 2011

Rubbish in Naples flooded roads and block traffic

The trash continues to accumulate in the streets of Naples in southern Italy, while several groups of residents today blocked traffic and debris scattered on the road to protest the situation in the Italian city. As reported by the Italian media, several streets of the city were closed to traffic this morning after neighbors poured and poured waste containers to denounce the situation of unhealthy living in the city for days.

Several streets around the cathedral or in the Spanish central neighborhood sidewalks are virtually litter-filled bags, making it hard for pedestrians, local media reported today. The situation is increasingly complicated in Naples, whose streets are piled around 2,300 tonnes of waste, according to figures provided by the mayor Luigi de Magistris.

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