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People who travel a road in northern Trumbull County said it’s in deplorable condition and is in desperate need of repair.
A viewer said several Amish horses have broken their legs because of the road conditions on Route 302, also known as Donley Road, located off Route 534 in Bloomfield Township.
Trumbull County Highway Superintendent Gregg Alberini said water has warped Donley Road because it lies in a low area.
Alberini said they’ve patched up the road several times since February but a bigger repair project is set to begin in September that includes raising the road 4 inches.
“There is a 7,000 foot stretch of road we are actually going to pave over with asphalt grindings, this year’s recycled material, that we are going to repave that with,” Alberini said.