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Safety signs placed on dangerous Furness road

19th May 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Safety signage has been erected on a hazardous road in Furness amid worries over the road injury rate in the area.

An accident has occurred every eight weeks in Mill Brow, Dalton for nearly seven years, which has led to Cumbria County Council placing signs at the top and bottom of the dangerously slippy road, reports the North-West Evening Mail.

Dalton north councillor Barry Doughty told the newspaper: "I'm really pleased to see some action has now been taken."

Mr Doughty continued by addressing problems on the Market Street road in the area.

He told the news provider: "The speeding is particularly bad before 9am and then again before 6pm, in Market Street. Some go at ridiculous speeds up there."

North Wales Weekly News recently reported that local traders want better warning signs to be erected in the town of Llandudno to guide people to the closest car parks. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800549527-ADNFCR


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