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Pavement to the left of the block dutton way slo9nz

Reported in the Footpath / pavement problem category anonymously at 13:30, Mon 30 April 2018

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

There is something (small man hole for something) on the pathway which is uncovered and extremely dangerous (im guessing it should have a lid or opening allowing it to be flush and smooth to the floor). My daughter when walking to our car , her foot got caught in the hole causing her to fall forward and she scrapped her knee on the paevement and was very upset, she is compmaing her foot hurts when she walks and if this continues i may have to take her to be looked at. It is opposite a primary school too. I have photos and videos i can send in. My daughter is only two and is still upset about it now (happened this morning and we have just got home to use my email which was sent 20th April)

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