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TERROR TIMES


SHOCKING IMAGES OF BRICK THROWN AT UBER DRIVER’S WINDSCREEN IN SEFTON


Shocking images show the moment a missile was hurled at the windscreen of a PHV, leaving the driver covered in glass. The Liverpool Echo reports that Uber driver Stewart Williams was attacked on Southport Road in Bootle on Thursday, April 8. The 36- year-old was travelling along the top end of the road at around 11.45pm when the object - believed to have been a brick, was thrown at


BOLTON DRIVER CRASHES INTO TREE AFTER PASSENGER ATTACK


A taxi driver crashed into a tree after being attack- ed by a passenger in Bolton. According to the Manchester Eve- ning News, the shocking incident happened in Marsey Road, Breightmet, at about 8.30pm on Thursday 8 April. After the driver smashed into the tree, two men stole a quantity cash from him before running off. The man, who worked for Bolton-based Orbit Taxis, was taken to hospital by a friend. Police say his injuries are not believed to be serious. No arrests have been made in connection with the assault, officers say. The culprits are described as black, aged between 18 and 20, and were wearing face masks at the time. An eyewitness who saw the aftermath of the incident said: “The driver was in such shock. It was horrible to see him like that. Breightmet is definitely becoming worse. Things like this are happening all the time.” A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said: “Enquiries are ongoing and there have been no arrests.”


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his car. The force of the brick shattered Stewart’s wind- screen before it bounced off the bonnet and left a large dent. Stewart told the Echo: “It was thrown with such force the car has a physical hole in the windscreen. There’s glass all over the car - I had glass in my eyes, ears and in my throat.” Stewart said he is thankful that no passengers were in his vehicle at the time of the incident and that he man-


aged to come away with minor injuries. He added: “I don’t want this man getting away with it. I’ve been struggling to get to this point as a taxi driver and just as things are starting to pick up now I can’t work. “At the moment, as it stands, I don’t know how I’m going to sort it out. I’m waiting until to see what the bill is.” He is appealing for help from anybody who may have wit- nessed what happened or who may have caught the incident on CCTV.


RACIST ATTACK ON TORQUAY CABBIE OVER FACE MASK


A man from Torquay has been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated assault after a taxi driver apparently asked a passenger to put on a face mask. According to DevonLive, Devon and Cornwall Police con- firmed the arrest in a statement after an incident occurred in Torquay on 20 April. Any witnesses are being asked to come forward. The police statement said: “Police were called to reports of an assault in Belgrave Road, Torquay, at around 5.35pm, on Tuesday 20 April. A taxi driver reported he had also been subjected to racist abuse after asking a passenger to wear a face mask. A 48-year-old man, from Torquay, was arrest- ed on suspicion of racially aggravated assault by beating and a public order offence. He has been released under investigation pending further enquiries. “Anyone with information is asked to contact the police by email at 101@dc.police.uk or by calling 101, quoting refer- ence CR/031280/21.”


MAY 2021


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