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Road signs moved back into place by Plymouth police

23rd April 2013 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Plymouth police have been forced to repeatedly move signs after they were thrown around by drunken locals.

Outland Road in the city is now shut for six weeks as South West Water continues sewer replacements, and dozens of drivers have been caught breaking the law, reports the Plymouth Herald.

Speaking to the newspaper, acting Sergeant Ryan Canning said: “Once again, officers are picking up road signs and barriers on Outland Road after drunks have thrown them around.”

Police also revealed that they are being called upon to replace signs moved during the night.

If motorists see warning signs scattered across roads and out of place, they should contact their local authority immediately, as they will then be able to take action and replace the notices.

If road signs are out of place, drivers could find themselves put in danger as they will not be aware of traffic or road maintenance changes. ADNFCR-2754-ID-801575570-ADNFCR


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