There are 3 BT manhole covers in a row on the left hand side of the road heading towards Edmund road. All are raised above the level of the road. The last one before exiting Coton road is so raised and with a paving slab to the left of it raised that I fell over it so heavily that I ripped my clothing, have two swollen knees, one bloodied knee and a twisted left wrist. The incident occurred today -28.09.20. At approximately 12.08 midday and was witnessed by a member of the public and a traffic warden.
Reported in the Manhole covers category anonymously at 13:24, Mon 28 September 2020
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later
The BT man hole is raised above the surface of the pathway. An attempt has been made with concrete to create a slope on it but this presents a falls risk and a paving slab to the left of it is exposed at the corner so it is easy to catch your foot and fall as I did.
This case is currently being investigated
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 17:03, Mon 28 September 2020
I have reported this issue a few years ago, so would like to see it progressed soon.
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 14:12, Fri 9 October 2020
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