Paving slab proud causing trip
Reported via desktop in the Damaged pavement category anonymously at 17:58, Saturday 3 April 2021
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later
Date and time of incident: Thursday 1st April early afternoon about 14:00. My wife & I were on a daily local walk when she tripped on a proud, badly aligned pavement slab, see photo. She fell forwards hitting her head on the pavement breaking her glasses, see photo, and cutting open above her left (L) eye enough to need 4 stitches at the 'Urgent Care Centre' at Queen Marys hospital, see photo. I did copy over a photo of the blood spatter on the pavement but it seems not to be there, I think you only accept 3 photo's. The incident happened on the east side of Montrose Avenue walking towards Burnt Oak Lane , Sidcup, outside No. 30 Montrose Avenue.
I states above that this was reported anonymously, see below "Reported via desktop in the Damaged pavement category anonymously at 17:58, Saturday 3 April 2021" I filled in all the required info including my address and name etc etc. Here it is again: Richard & Christine Stagg 213 Burnt Oak Lane, DA15 9DQ Landline: 02083095134 Mob: 07787500022 or 07942516518
I hope to hear from you soon.
Posted by Richard Edward Stagg at 13:48, Sunday 18 April 2021
Still open, via questionnaire, 18:44, Saturday 1 May 2021
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