Hello all! I removed a cracked toilet in my fairly new home, thought was going to be a quick easy holiday project but need some advice. I immediately saw the flange wasn't level and could see many gaps so I removed the screws, pulled the flange, and the attached pic is what I saw. Seems the drain was in the wrong spot so they had tried to use an offset flange to move it over. However they needed to move it more than the flange allowed so they cut part of the flange and let the toilet drain run over parts of the cement flooring under the toilet to get to the drain. This was probably why we always noticed a smell in this bathroom.

This is a cement floor, what would be the proper way to repair? I'm thinking I need to chip some of the cement out and somehow find a longer extended offset flange?

any advice is greatly appreciated, thanks!

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