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Repairs begin on pot holes on A52 in Derbyshire

Work has begun to repair potholes on the A52 in Derbyshire, many of which were created by recent snow and ice.

Most of the work will be taking place overnight to avoid rush-hour delays.

Derby City Council began the work on the eastbound carriageway between Pentagon Island and Spondon in Derby on Sunday night.

A speed limit of 40mph is in place with appropriate diversions. Repairs are expected to take about two weeks to complete.

Councillor Lucy Care, cabinet member for transport, said: "The repairs should ensure all potholes on the A52 are fully repaired, making the route for motorists much easier and safer."

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