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Pensioner blames town seats after breaking leg

AN ELDERLY couple have complained to Argyll and Bute Council after both were hurt when they collided with part of the new public seating in Oban town centre.

The couple, who do not wish to be named, claim the benches in Oban town centre pose a danger to the public after the man broke his leg and spent almost a fortnight in hospital.

The couple from Kilmichael Glassary told The Oban Times that the benches on George Street pose a danger as the ends extend beyond the seats and can be easily overlooked because they are below eye level.

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