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duncan-uk, February 29, 2016
Posted March 1, 2016
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Signed. Hard to believe that the local authority have failed to address this. It would seem lives would be saved, and all for the price of a lick of paint on a road surface.
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Signed, too late for Donut even if it might not have made any difference
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Signed, not been on here long so no dealings with the guy but seems to be a bit of a legend by accounts
I know the area and it is a dodgy bit of road unfortunately
Council is disgraceful. There is a comment from them that has been added to the paper's report. Acknowledges an increase in traffic, but the bloke from the council adds " I personally do not think there are any problems with it." Of course there @@@@@@@ is if these tragic accidents take place there. I have tried getting a junction near me changed, and was told that there were no injuries/fatalities and while it was bad (so bad that most locals tend to avoid it), nothing would be done as it relied on local knowledge for drivers to slow down.
My support has been given - Every little helps and it may save the next person from something equally as bad
Signed - my blood boils when F&£@£&£ public sector workers open their mouths!!! Sorry if I offend anyone but seriously blood air stealers!!
Signed. Sad to lose anyone and even more so, someone of a similar age.
Posted March 2, 2016
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This occurred just a short distance from where I live.
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