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Trenching work at hospital to start on Saturday


Trenching work will affect traffic at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for slightly over a week from Saturday.

A spokeswoman for the Bermuda Hospitals Board said there will be no through traffic on the hospital campus between Point Finger Road and Berry Hill Road from April 21 to April 29.

“The closure is necessary to facilitate trench work across the KEMH road between the Acute Care Wing ambulance bay and the ACW main visitor car park,” she said.

“People will be able to access the emergency department, the main ACW entrance and the ACW visitor parking lot from Point Finger Road.

“Access from Berry Hill Road will stop at the Botanical Gardens’ gate to KEMH.”

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Published April 18, 2024 at 7:18 pm (Updated April 18, 2024 at 7:29 pm)

Trenching work at hospital to start on Saturday

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