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Woman’s bins were not emptied for SIX weeks

A DUNBEG resident was left with four bins full of rubbish for six weeks because inconsiderate drivers blocked the way of the refuse lorry trying to collect it.

Those living in the cul-de-sac at the corner of Lorn Road have had to wait for their bins to be uplifted because the lorry isn’t able to turn because of cars parked on the corner.

Elizabeth McDougall’s house has been bypassed on multiple occasions and she has had to wait for up to six weeks in the past. A smaller lorry had to be used recently for her bins to be emptied.

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