The Quashie River near Freemans Hall and in Lowe River near Wait-a-Bit, Trelawny recently turned red triggering widespread speculation regarding end time prophecies.

However, the Water Resources Authority (WRA), has has promptly sough to allay fears by explaining why the water has changed colour. 

In an online statement, the authority says:

“The WRA is currently conducting Dye Tracing exercises in Rio Bueno Watershed. The dyes were injected in the Quashie River near Freemans Hall and in Lowe Rive near Wait-a-Bit, Trelawny on Wednesday June 14, 2017. “

Dye Tracing is the insertion of a dye to trace the flow path of a river which sinks and reemerges. The dye that is being used in the Quashie River is Rhodamine WT. It is non-toxic. The dye will dissipate in the next few days.”


The Quashie River near Freemans Hall and in Lowe River near Wait-a-Bit, Trelawny.



                     

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The Quashie River near Freemans Hall and in Lowe River near Wait-a-Bit, Trelawny recently turned red triggering widespread speculation regarding end time prophecies.However, the Water Resources Authority (WRA), has has promptly sough to allay fears by explaining why the water has changed colour. In an online statement, the authority says:'The...

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