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Landslip Road Repairs Delayed

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8:13am 5th March 2014

Road repairs where a landslip killed a woman in Looe have been delayed again.

Susan Norman died when her home collapsed in a mud slide on St Martin's Road.

Work which was meant to start on Monday 3rd March has been put back until Monday 10th March after feedback from a drop-in session with local businesses.

The road will be shut for 18 weeks.

8:13am 5th March 2014

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