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The clamp is gone

PUT TO GOOD USE. The EAR previously wrote about a derelict PUJ that had been abandoned in a lot but was clamped by city traffic personnel who thought it was still in use and illegally parked. Here's an update; the clamp has been removed.

An EAR source passed by the PUJ and saw that it no longer had a clamp. When he asked the owner of a nearby eatery what happened to it, the owner said traffic personnel just came by and removed it.

"Maayo ra sad, magamit to sa mga abusado nga mo-parking. Wa ra g'yud to'y pos diha," the eatery owner said.

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