Domino players pick their pieces as they get ready to start a match at Domino Park (Parque del Domino) in Little Havana.
Domino players pick their pieces as they get ready to start a match at Domino Park (Parque del Domino) in Little Havana. PEDRO PORTAL el Nuevo Herald
Domino players pick their pieces as they get ready to start a match at Domino Park (Parque del Domino) in Little Havana. PEDRO PORTAL el Nuevo Herald

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July 21, 2015 04:33 PM

UPDATED July 21, 2015 04:58 PM

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    A disabled man on an electric wheelchair gets stuck trying to cross a portion of Flagler Street, which is under construction in Little Havana, on July 18, 2017. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) says construction contractors have to provide sidewalk access to disabled people, according to regulations from the Americans with Disabilities Act. (ADA)