Hedon

Blood reported on Fix My Street!

THE HEDON BLOG has long extolled the virtues of using Fix My Street to report neighbourhood problems i.e. pot holes, cracked pavements, broken street lights, etc.

However, a report posted on Monday, was a bit more unusual:

Blood on the pavement

“On Sunday 22nd August there was excessive blood on the pavement from Lloyds Bank to above the Coop. I returned later a few hours later and no attempt had been made by anyone to clean this up. Although I appreciate that this was a Sunday, I do feel that the amount of blood on the pavement warranted someone from the Council to clean the pavement, even if it meant using an external company.”

It seems that there was an alleged assault outside a take-away early on Saturday night which involved a man being hit over the head!

Needless to say the East Riding Council ensured that the offending blood stain was removed within 24 hours of the report.

You can keep an eye on local Fix My Street issues by looking at the left hand side-bar on the Hedon Blog – and of course you can easily add new problems in your immediate area by clicking on Report a problem and entering your postcode, marking the location on a map and leaving the appropriate details.

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  1. TIn a correction to the assumption that the bloodcame from the alleged assault…..It was actually a seperate incident and was caused by 2 men arguing in Hedon centre early on Sunday morning. A while later only one man remained and telephoned for an ambulance for himself telling them that he was near the co-op and losing a lot of blood. This happened some 8 or more hours after the rumours regarding the fight outside the take-away.

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