Pedestrians may be at risk from articulated lorries delivering goods to a Musselburgh store, a local resident has warned.
Jim Simpson (80) is calling for enforcement action against B&M Bargains to ensure that deliveries are made to the shop’s High Street entrance, rather than its rear entrance in Millhill.
He told the News: “The truck is there for two hours, three mornings a week, while loading and unloading take place.
“It parks in the narrowest part of Millhill and nothing bigger than a small van can get by without mounting the pavement, sometimes coming face to face with pedestrians.
“If it can’t unload at the front, then it should be moved to a wider part of the street.”
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