Railings are neglected
For some weeks now council has left dangerous bits of steel in clear view on the side of Woy Woy Rd about a mile south of the fire station where an unlucky accident victim could potentially be impaled.
This stuff is supposed to be safety rail if it is not maintained by the road crew it is just more dangerous.
These safety railings up on Woy Woy Rd are in a terrible state of neglect.
It is clear there have been more than one impact with the Armco.
There are loose sections laying about on the road verge which could impale a motorcyclist should they have an accident there.
I am asking why council road maintenance crews can go past these accident sites and ignore the dangerous way they have been left by the tow truck drivers who attend the site and remove vehicles.
It was customary in the past for towies to clean up the scene and make it safe.
The local road is council responsibility.
What is council required to do to keep the road safe, and why does it appears no one has seen fit to at least pick up the dangerous sections laying on the roads edge which could impale and certainly add to the injuries of an unlucky road user?
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