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Grass / hedges overgrown at junction
Reported via desktop in the Grass and Hedges category anonymously at 08:09, Mon 27 June 2022
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later
Can't see at junction, have seen a number of near misses lately. Will be an accident if it's not resolved.
Council ref: ENQ22928123
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 08:09, Mon 27 June 2022
I second the above complaint.
I work in chalgrove and travel through this junction every weekday. This evening I nearly seen a bad accident between a car containing a mum and 3 children and a BMW. The lady driving was so shocked she stopped in the middle of the road. I have also seen a number of other near misses myself.
As you turn right from hollandtide lane onto the B3009 it is very difficult to see. Pulling out is very dangerous and I've had 2 near misses myself in the past. The hedge is cut a couple of times a year but doesnt last long at all. I have work colleagues who have also had near misses at this junction.
There are signs in place saying reduce speed now and also white slow signs on the road but people ignore them.
I hope this is sorted out before someone is killed. It would be good to see a more permanent solution rather than the edge being trimmed now and again.
I have reported this incident to 111.
Posted anonymously at 20:34, Thu 14 July 2022
To amend a mistake in the above comment. I meant as you turn right from hollandtide lane onto the B4009 (The Sands) not the B3009. Thank you
Posted anonymously at 23:36, Fri 15 July 2022
We have investigated your report and we believe that this problem has already been reported to us as [insert FMS number and link if possible?] on Fix My Street and this has been fixed.
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State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 07:19, Tue 19 July 2022
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