Drivers point to supernatural on notorious toll road
Yuli Tri Suwarni
The Jakarta Post
Repeated road accidents between KM-91 and KM-100 on Cipularang turnpike between Jakarta and Bandung have left motorists recollecting stretches of notoriety, not only because of suspected construction, but, for some, because of supernatural activity.
The toll road, built in 2005, has shortened the trip from four hours to two hours. While critics and road management are engrossed in arguments...
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