Bridgnorth bypass hit by flooding after heavy rain
0 Comments Bridgnorth bypass becomes flooded when heavy rainfall affects it and now residents are asking what the council will do.
Ray Hulse, from Bridgnorth, said: "The drains are blocked, when are they going to get something done and get the drains cleaned out?
"When someone gets their house flooded down Cartway it's absolutely disgusting, all because they are not monitored.
"They should be cleaned out at least twice a year.
"Will they go and do something about it or will they leave it?
"The bypass was flooded half way across the road."
Mr Hulse said drivers... read more
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