Broken sidewalks make for hazardous walking

Broken sidewalks make for hazardous walking

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PATTAYA:--Damaged sidewalks make simply walking dangerous along a stretch of South Road.

 

Footpaths on both sides of the street near the CAT Telecom building are cracked, broken and uneven due to repeated flooding.

 

Residents say continual road work also has led to a surface that has become dangerous for pedestrians because work crews never restore the pavement to pristine condition.

 

Locals are demanding city hall fix the problems as soon as possible.

 

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2019-06-11--

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