PHOTO: Road work smooths troublesome area of Bluffton Parkway

info@islandpacket.comDecember 6, 2012 

Stanley Roberts, an employee of Rea Contracting, drives a steam roller over newly laid asphalt Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Bluffton Parkway and Burnt Church Road. The work corrected a pronounced dip in the road that caused some motorists to "bottom out" when they crossed it.

DELAYNA EARLEY, STAFF PHOTO

Workers laid asphalt on Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Bluffton Parkway and Burnt Church Road. The work corrected a pronounced dip in the road that caused some motorists to "bottom out" when they crossed it.

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