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Cracked pavement with water flowing over on William Jessop Way.

Reported anonymously at 15:45, Thursday 9 January 2020

The pavement on the public footpath is cracked and part of it is overflowing with water. Located on William Jessop Way by the junction of Whitchurch Lane. Has been like this for over a month. Pedestrians are having to walk out on the road and it is also difficult to spot this in the dark. The area that is flowing over seems to be contained to one area. Have been in contact with both Bristol and Wessex water who say they have no pipes in this area.

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