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A Facebook posting that has been going viral alleges that a member of the Kesas Highway patrol was injured at the east-ward tunnel on the Kesas Highway bike lane at 5.35 a.m. on October 21st, 2016. The injury was supposed to have been caused by a strand of wire strung across the tunnel entrance.

From a statement posted on the Kesas Highway Facebook page, no injuries were caused by the said wire, but instead it was found during a routine bike lane patrol. The statement adds that the wire was removed before any untoward incidents occurred, calling it an act of sabotage by irresponsible parties.

Kesas has filed a police report, and said that the picture going viral on Facebook was taken from police investigations into the matter. Further to this, Kesas would like to remind all motorcyclists using the Kesas Highway between the hours of 11.00 p.m. and 6.00 a.m. are allowed to use the main carriageway instead of the bike lane, for safety reasons.