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Video. Their lives have been made a misery for six months now - and there's still no end in sight. Residents in Oxfordshire say their village street is being used as a rat run ever since a huge crack appeared in a nearby road.
Further delays are expected to the repair of a road in Oxfordshire which split in two following heavy rain last December.
People living close to the A4183 at Boars Hill say neighbouring routes are being used as rat runs.
Oxfordshire County Council said that "no timeframe to remedy the issue had yet been agreed".
Drivers are being advised to take care after a road in Oxfordshire split into two.
The route near Hinksey Hill is now partially closed while engineers try to repair the enormous crack in the tarmac. It's thought the wet weather is to blame.
The Environment Agency is warning there may be further flooding in the area. Kate Bunkall reports.
Oxfordshire County Council have confirmed that a massive crack in Oxford Road, Hinksey Hill is 'weather related'.
The road is closed in both directions between the Hinksey Hill junction and the Bagley Wood Road junction, because of subsidence and emergency repairs.
It has been closed since before Christmas, when a crack appeared in the surface of the road.
Investigations are underway into what caused this crack to appear in this road in Abingdon in Oxfordshire.
This massive crack has appeared in Oxford Road in Boars Hill in Oxfordshire. Investigations are underway to find out what caused it.