San Ramon Resident: "No one told me I had to move the car."

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – A San Ramon’s man who left his car parked and, according to the mayor Mercedes Moya, refused to move his vehicle for township officials resulting in the paving disaster from the picture. He is now defending the criticism against him.

    Jorge Luis Vazquez Sancho said no one told him he had to move the car or warned of the work that was being carried out on the road.

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    He swears that on Tuesday at 6:00 am he left the vehicle parked near the bus terminal in San Ramon to take a bus and travel to San Jose. When he did this, there was no indication that work would be done near the site.

    Vazquez told that he arrived in the capital at 8:00 am and had a meeting for the Retired Teachers Association until 1:30 pm. When he returned to San Ramon in the afternoon he learned he had been featured in this unusual story in which the workers had resurfaced the road around his car.

    In addition, the resident of San Ramon was upset with statements from the mayor of San Ramon and said they are “baseless.”

    The crews began work in the morning and-in the version of the mayor-had to work around and leave space because “no one wanted to move the vehicle,” according to a municipal photographs on their social networks.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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