US school road marking spelled wrongly

Newly paved road leading to Southern Guilford High School Not quite right. Try again.

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Workers have misspelled the word school on a road approaching a high school in North Carolina in the US.

Crews painted "shcool" on the approach road to Southern Guilford High School.

The road had been recently repaved and crews were working to mark out the school zones.

The company that was responsible said it had "made a mistake" and it would be fixed. A spokesperson said the paint was "interim paint" used before the final paint is applied.

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