'Worst roundabout in Britain' is slammed by furious motorists trends now
A roundabout dubbed the 'worst in Britain' has confused motorists so much and caused so many crashes that the Government has had to step in and promise to change it.
Drivers demanded action after insisting the road markings were so unclear many zoom straight over the twisting and turning junction 'without even noticing a roundabout.'
An eight-year-old boy suffered a head injury on New Year's Eve in a three-car pile up at the dangerous spot at Croesbychan on the busy Head of the Valleys road.
Now officials have promised changes following a series of crashes at the 'unmagic roundabout'.
The rouge roundabout in Croesbychan, South Wales has been labelled the worst in Britain
Grandmother Angela Williams, 62, said she was travelling with her husband Kenneth, daughter Emma and grandson Leeroy before the smash.
She said the other driver appeared not to see the roundabout and did not slow down - leaving Leeroy with a head injury, cut neck and whiplash.
Angela said: 'He's traumatised terribly. It's going to take him a while to get over this.'
The grandmother has called for better lighting and signage after saying the road was almost 'pitch black' at the time of the crash.
The road has caused multiple crashes as confused motorists drive straight through it
The new road layout was installed as part of a Welsh Government scheme to create the Court Lodge underbridge near Hirwaun, South Wales.
A temporary roundabout was put in place to replace a staggered T-junction while the new flythrough road is being