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According to online resource Your Local Guardian, Daphne West tripped over in Sutton High Street last month and sustained a double fracture to the digit on her left hand, as well as a cut to her face.
Consequently, the 74-year-old is now discussing the possibility of taking legal action against the regional council, as she believes this incident was caused by the uneven slabs on the walkway.
Mrs West - who had to be taken to hospital by ambulance for treatment - told the news source: "I tripped up on the paving, I fell to the ground. I started seeing stars when my face hit the ground."
This comes after 89-year-old Rita Bell told The News she is pursuing compensation after suffering a dislocated hip during an accident in Southsea earlier this year.
Posted by Emily Swanson
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