Baja Dog Culture

Workers painted the side of the yellow line road Maneadero course, on the body of a dog.

Bajadock:  The dog carcass has been there at least 3 weeks, northbound hwy1, just north of Baja Country Club.  D.E.P. “Raya”.

Benjamin Pacheco / El Vigia | Ensenada, BC

A citizen complained that workers painted one of the side stripes heading the delegation of Maneadero road, no matter who was the body of a dog.

Silvia Rivera referred to the Watch who took the pictures last Sunday, around 14:00 pm in the San Carlos Bridge, passing the so-called “Flight of Death,” which was recently fixed in its first stage with resources the Ministry of Infrastructure and State Urban Development (Sidu).

The complainant shared the material to El Vigia to demonstrate the insensitivity of the employees, because they did not care to remove the body before finishing the work.

“She earned them”

Rivera said that the animal was thrown over a month on the site, because apparently ran over him before the last rains in the town.

“What there has been no official notice? They are busy in their campaigns. The insensitivity of officials who say they walk to work. It shows that they have not left their dens.

“No one has been set for the puppy, no one has called him to Public Works. He who use the machine to put the line must have seen and smelled the dog. Anyway they threw the line up. They earned” as he said.



  1. Rob
    Posted January 26, 2016 at 22:56 | Permalink | Reply

    Your last few articles have been hard to understand because the grammar is so terrible. Are you translating these from Spanish? If so you need a different translator or better yet leave them in Spanish so I can understand them better.

    • bajadock
      Posted January 27, 2016 at 06:01 | Permalink | Reply

      All of my posts have links to originals, thanks.

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