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CHOCTAW, Okla. -- A woman told News Channel 4 a subcontractor for a major company left thousands of dollars worth of damage to her driveway after parking a heavy work vehicle used for trimming trees.

Lacey Dansby said the company left a note on her door stating they were sorry and would take care of it.

The problem is, she said no one will call her back.

Dansby said several drivers turn around in her driveway and the big hole could cause an accident on the dark road.

"It's also a hazard for my children who play in the yard," Dansby said. 

She said no one is taking responsibility.

"The next day they said they will have someone out here to start fixing it and then no one ever showed up," she said. "So we called then again the next day they said again they would have someone out here no one showed up. Ever since Monday no one will call me back. No one from OG&E will call me back either."

News Channel 4 called OG&E.

A spokesperson said the subcontractor is held accountable based on the contract they have with the company.

When we called the tree trimming company, they said they have no comment on the situation.

Dansby showed us pictures of what her driveway looked like before.

She just wants the company to put back the way it was.