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Installation of flood warning signs delayed due to flood

11th February 2014 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

An attempt to install electronic flood warning signs in a Norfolk village has been foiled, as the proposed location is currently underwater.

West Norfolk Council has attempted to install the signs, which warn users of the frequently-flooded road what the water depth is, so they know whether or not they can safely drive through.

However, the council is unable to install the necessary depth sensors because the road is currently flooded.

Karl Rands, highways manager for West Norfolk, said: "They are unable to access the area with a mechanical cherry picker to place the sensors, but, apart from that, the signs are ready to go."

This is a clear warning for employers to put up all the necessary safety signs as soon as possible, before the incident you are trying to warn against occurs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801692116-ADNFCR


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