Donegal County Council has today carried out repairs to the side on the N56 road in Loughanure village where several pedestrians sustained serious injuries in recent weeks.
A section of the main road was stepped lower at one point by several inches along a fence and was a real danger for pedestrians.
One elderly woman spent several weeks in hospital care after falling there.
The woman broke a bone in her arm when she fell at the scene while another young mother also had to receive hospital treatment when she too fell.
A number of people had contacted the council who had erected cones to inform people of the dip in the road but no other action had been taken.
A layer of tarmac has been put in place in place Tuesday to bring the road side to the correct level.
Donegal County Council is understood to be in negotiations with a local landowner with a view of putting a footpath at the location.
This is the only piece of the N56 in the village that has no footpath.