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.
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
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

PHOTO: Road work smooths troublesome area of Bluffton Parkway

December 06, 2012 9:02 PM

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