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Deep gap in paving near black bin on Queen Mary Avenue / Corner of Daubney Street

Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 14:07, Thursday 6 February 2020

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This gap in the paving has been getting deeper and wider for months. It is now so wide and deep that when my children use their scooters to get to school, if they drop into it, it throws them off their scooters causing injury. It is a well used path for all parents and children getting to the surrounding schools. And for some for stroller/Trike wheels you drop in and our wheel actually got jammed. It happened to me one day, luckily my child was buckeld in correctly and didnt fly out of his seat. It has been this was since August 2019 and has been steadily been getting deeper the more other path users have been getting stuck in the gap. It is a hazard to children / pushchairs and people in wheelchairs electric or otherwise as they wouldn't be able to get themselves out the gap.

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  • Jammed wheel

    Posted anonymously at 14:12, Thursday 6 February 2020

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