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Rubble dumped in road nearly causes serious crash

A large amount of rubble has been dumped on a road in Stroud on Saturday (February 20), which Gloucestershire Police said nearly caused a serious accident.

Stroud Police tweeted a photo of the incident on Sunday morning, appealing for help with working out what had happened.

Photos show a large mound of rubble including pipes and wooden planks on the road in Harefield.

The tweet read: "Last night PCSO's Liz Ward, Abbi Barker & Mike Trebble attended Haresfield.

"A dangerous amount of rubble dumped on the highway nearly causing a serious accident.

"We are appealing for information - Did you see anything? Any information call us on 101 quoting incident 405 20.02.21."

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