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17 adjacent slabs cracked/damaged and very uneven; additionally two damaged slabs surrounding the CATV cover and one cracked slab on pavement crossover all on the pavement outside No. 18 Winnington Roadoutside

Reported anonymously at 17:59, Wed 18 September 2019

I don't have a digital camera, so am unable to upload any photos.. This problem was reported some months ago and the damage is now much more evident, some of the slabs, or parts of these have sunk, where the wheels of a very heavy vehicle mounted the pavement and are uneven, causing a multiple tripping hazard. Where the long line of slabs are damaged, these dip down, catching water, when it rains, which will freeze in icy weather.



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