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20cm deep 'sink hole' about 30cm across in pavement

Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 17:00, Thu 19 May 2016

Sent to Newport Council 1 minute later

Noticed on 16th May as running up hill on the A48 from Langstone towards Penhow, a circular section of pavement has collapsed creating an approximately 20cm deep hole about the size of a drain cover, looks like further collapse may occur as there's nothing holding up pavement around the area.

Not much in the way of landmarks there, it is about half way between the end of Tregarn Road and the Foresters Oaks pub (on the Tregarn Road side - left pavement if you going uphill to Penhow), across the road from a property called Wentwood Court, and next to fields.

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