Reported in the Potholes / Highway Condition category anonymously at 23:19, Thu 7 November 2019
Sent to Northamptonshire County Council 1 minute later. ref: 1837084.
Hit pothole this evening and instantaneous puncture. Reported to the police. Joined by another driver 10 mins later with same issue.
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 23:20, Thu 7 November 2019
Thank you for your enquiry. The location was attended by our out of hours crew who closed the road. The potholes were temporary filled to make them safe and a works order has been raised for permanent repairs, which will be carried out within 6 months.
Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 14:35, Fri 8 November 2019
I was travelling to work at 7.15am on Thursday 9th Jan, it was dark and raining heavily on the un-lit Courteenhall Road heading from Quinton towards Blisworth. I passed under the M1 motorway bridge and immediately hit 2 potholes some Potholes 110mm or 4 1/4 inch deep at 40mph on inspection later that day I noticed my alloy wheel in now oval and has a 100mm/4 inch flat spot. I flew to Atlanta, USA on Friday 10th and returned 18th and took the photos today in daylight. My wheel is damaged and chances are the track rod ends/suspension and steering are also damaged. These were NOT temporarily filled as you claim!
Posted by Martin Lewis-Stevenson at 20:31, Sunday 19 January 2020
I was travelling along this road at 3.40pm and because a lorry was parked on my side of road going towards Quinton (Near the M1 bridge/underpass part) I had to use the other side of the road, as I was now on the other side of the road I approached at a cautious 25mph went through the potholes and yet this still caused me to have a blow out tyre and the alloy has also been badly damaged, as my car (66 plate Astra) doesn't carry a spare tyre the RAC came out and put on a RAC MULTIFIT WHEEL to get me to my tyre garage in Wootton, I have been quoted by the RAC roadside tech that the alloy alone is over £600. These were NOT temporarily filled as you claim on Friday the 8th of Nov,this road is awful !! A lot of this is caused by Galliford vehicles coming out of their compound. 6 months to repair the road ! How many more vehicles are going to be damaged in this time
Posted anonymously at 21:25, Sunday 2 February 2020
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