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A disabled U.S. Navy veteran recently received an unexpected gift after a contractor reportedly failed to asphalt his driveway correctly in December.
Veteran George Young said he paid James Truesdale $420 to make his driveway smooth enough to safely get out of his truck and into his wheelchair, according to KFOR News 4.
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However, once the job was finished, Young noticed it was not done properly, and other neighbors also complained about the poor job the contractor reportedly did.
“I won’t get on it with my wheelchair,” George said at the time. “Don’t know if I’ll get stuck in it, not get out or what.”
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Larry Patrick, who is with a nonprofit group called the Oklahoma Asphalt and Pavement Association, dedicated to ensuring “lawful trade practices and lawful ethical conduct,” said there were several reasons the asphalt did not harden.
“Basically it wasn’t thick enough, number one; number two, it probably wasn’t packed the...
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