Fire at Riverton Landfill triggers health issues adminstush March 14, 2015 Special, Suss UNPRECEDENTED AND dramatic scenes yesterday unfolded at the Medical Associates Hospital on Half-way Tree Road in St Andrew with scores of students from Corporate Area high schools being hastily ushered into the facility in buses, police cars and parents’ private vehicles. More than 50 students were treated at the hospital as smoke from the Riverton landfill triggered a flood of respiratory complications among children. The private hospital’s five emergency rooms were overflowing with students being nebulised. The floors of casualty became treatment areas for many as the X-ray department and other wards were already inundated with students from Holy Childhood High School, Immaculate High, Tarrant High, Ardenne High and Calabar High. #WhatDoYouSay? Can we continue fiddling while #RivertonBurns or do we need a #PermanentSolution? Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.