AFTER 13 years of fighting for safer streets, residents of the Malaga district of Churriana have finally been given the renovations they’ve been asking for.
Camino del Pilar, a notoriously dangerous road connecting Churriana to Torremolinos, has just been widened and improved, making it safer for drivers.
The road was unusually narrow, causing numerous terrible accidents and injuries.
A result of combined efforts from three local neighbourhoods and the new Councillor of Churriana, the renovations are funded by the city of Malaga and the Junta of Andalucía.
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