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Flood warning signs welcomed in Stewartstown

7th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

New warning signs have been introduced on Knockinroe Road, Stewartstown.

Speaking to the Tyrone Times, Ulster unionist MLA Sandra Overend explained that she consulted the local road service safety officer regarding the situation and decided that flood warning signs are the best option.

"I have been in contact with the Road Service Safety Officer who assures that new flood warning road signs is the best that they can do.

"The Knockinroe Road is low lying and during prolonged spells of rain is unfortunately quite susceptible to heavy flooding along the Ballinderry River," Ms Overend told the news provider.

She noted that there have been many motorists who have been "caught unawares" by the dangerous flooding.

It is important that councils ensure safety signs are left in a good condition, as wear and tear could lead to messages becoming unclear.

If this occurs, road users may be unable to understand particular directions.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801552608-ADNFCR


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