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Residents living in fear near rat run black spot

Wednesday, 8th November, 2017 10:08am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Residents living in fear near rat run black spot

The bend at Bawnmore

Residents living in fear near rat run black spot

The bend at Bawnmore

URGENT action needs to be taken to alleviate a serious black spot on one of the rats runs used by North Galway commuters travelling to and from the city.

Residents in the Bawnmore area, between Loughgeorge and Corrandulla, are adamant that lives will be lost unless the council put traffic safety measures in place at a bend where numerous accidents have occured over the past four years.
The most recent incident happened last week when a lorry carrying logs collided with a wall and shed its load. The bend at Bawnmore cross is very close to the local national school and residents say local families are simply living in fear.

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