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Severe Road Vibration on School Road as you approach traffic lights at Ash Tree Public House cross roads.

Reported anonymously at 16:14, Tuesday 18 February 2020

Photo 1 - Sunken man hole cover in main road behind lamp post. Continually, a loud noise Is heard as vehicles particularly, HGV go over the drain. Photo 2/3 - Both Main Road and Slip Road are starting to crack more and more causing extreme vibration to local houses throughout the day and night. We have lived here approx 36 years and it’s never been as bad as this which is a worry as i believe there is a Well cavity ? in or around the area where the main road is seen cracking across the road in Photo 2. Large cracks can also be seen appearing in the slip road adjacent which are seemingly getting worse. Not wishing to scare monger but we often here more and more of sink holes appearing and I would hate to think there is a chance of this happening along such an extremely busy road. Issue has been happening a few months now and seems to be getting worse. I also notice someone else prior to me has reported extreme vibration in the School Road area so there is substance in this report.

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