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Pensioner in road safety call

By ashley ball, Wombwell/Dearne Reporter Wednesday 26th February 2014
Pd48735 Geoff Rodgerson

A PENSIONER is calling for extra street lighting near two schools after he was almost knocked off his scooter.


Geoff Rodgerson, 82, of Manor Grove, Royston said he had a near miss with a woman who was picking kids up from Royston St John the Baptist Primary School, where there are only two street lights.

 

Geoff Rodgerson said: "It's just not bright enough, there really does need to be some more lighting on those streets. It is so dangerous, it's an accident waiting to happen."

 

This story appears in full in the Barnsley Chronicle Royston edition, dated February 21.


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Posted by Muddled I Wed 26th Feb 2014 at 12:53pm

Is it dark when kids finish school? I don't think I understand the issue; is he concerned about pedestrians knocking him off his scooter or cars? And we're talking scooter as in a moped, right? Not a mobility scooter ...