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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 10th February 2017 > Flood of complaints about ‘accident waiting to happen’ on A83 at Erines

Flood of complaints about ‘accident waiting to happen’ on A83 at Erines

THE COMPANY managing the A83 trunk road says it will investigate drainage at a notorious flooding black-spot between Tarbert and Ardrishaig.

Water gathers on the road at Erines, four miles north of Tarbert, during periods of rainfall – primarily coming from the hillside above the road. The flood-prone stretch is close to a blind bend where the road narrows, and is considered to by local people to be a potential danger to motorists as vehicles are forced across to the opposite lane to avoid the pool of water.

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