Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Resident Fed Up with Broken Glass on Walks

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Resident Fed Up with Broken Glass on Walks

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AFTER her dog Crash stood in a large amount of broken glass yesterday, Maiya Pearl is asking people to keep Springfield clean.

With one of her fur babies already on only three legs, the Springfield Lakes resident is scared for their safety.

"The last thing I want is for Coco to lose the ability to use her front paw," Ms Pearl said.

She takes her dogs for walks every day and after two years of living in the area and finding broken glass almost daily she's had enough.

"There's glass today all around the Summit Drive basketball courts and rubbish everywhere. I don't get it," she said.

"I mostly find Corona bottles."

She has also found glass near the tennis courts and rugby fields, on the paths to the lake and along Lakeside Ave.

Glass has been found near children's playgrounds and she's even picked up broken glass at the Grand Ave dog park.

"I am sick of picking up glass so we have a safe environment.

"Please for the sake of my fur babies and your human babies please keep Springfield clean. …

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