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Soil erosion is the possible cause of the cracks that are growing “The cracks in Topaz Road in Barangay San Antonio, Pasig,” said Chairman Raymond Lising on Monday, Aug. 23 that were created between a construction site and a residential building were first seen on August 22nd around 5:30 p.m.

Security guards from the buildings in the area said they huh I heard a loud explosion during this time. When they checked, they saw cracks in Topaz Road.

“Our initial results showed that soil erosion could have caused the cracks. It rained very heavily here yesterday, “he said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Lising said the construction site in the area will cease operations for the time being.

Since there is no immediate danger in the area, residents would and workers in four buildings near the cracks not evacuated, Lising said. On the other hand, Lising said they will work with city hall officials to check the safety of the buildings or any damage.

The chairman von Barangay urged the public not to panic as local government officials figure out what really happened.

Mayor Vico Sotto and key city hall officials inspected the area on Monday. He was also informed of the measures taken to resolve the problem.

Ref: https://mb.com.ph