Police want to find soldier M6 Toll RTA Urgent.

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The Central Motorway Police Group are keen to locate a service person that assisted at the scene of a RTC that occurred on the southbound carriageway of the M6 Toll motorway between junctions T5 and T6 at 1225 hrs on Sunday 23rd November 2008. The service person, a male wearing DPM, has committed no offence but should make immediate contact with the Motorway Police Group Regional Control centre, on 0121 6261285, quoting reference number 1058

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Since when has committing no offence given us a reason not to worry about trying to help the police... :D
 
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12.25 on a Sunday in DPM sounds like TA. M6 toll sounds like Brum based possibly? Possibly on way back from Swynnerton?

Will link this into TA forum, just in case
 

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Dr_Chris said:
Since when has committing no offence given us a reason not to worry about trying to help the police... :D
As long as it wasn't a 'Serjeant at Arms'! :D
 
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This is in connection with the first fatal road traffic collision on the M6 Toll Road. There's every likelyhood that our man in DPM is a potential significant witness
 
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We had people in that area last Sunday , I'll put out a trawl on ArmyNet in our Battalion and see if it's one of ours.
 
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Fire4effect said:
This is in connection with the first fatal road traffic collision on the M6 Toll Road. There's every likelyhood that our man in DPM is a potential significant witness
No there is not. If you had recieved the e-mail you would know why.

The guy just needs to get in contact.
 
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cbgramc said:
Why when i click on the Army Net Story does it bring me back here?

Because you are clicking on the ARRSE Feed Box on the front page?
 
#12
Rather ironic,
just saw this topic listed just above:
"coppers battering lcpl"
so Dr_Chris's comment a cautious warning.

Perhaps if the police want and expect help
maybe they should make some serious
efforts to route out the bad apples.
 
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skinhead said:
Rather ironic,
just saw this topic listed just above:
"coppers battering lcpl"
so Dr_Chris's comment a cautious warning.

Perhaps if the police want and expect help
maybe they should make some serious
efforts to route out the bad apples.
This is for the benefit of the soldier, not the police.

msr
 
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msr said:
skinhead said:
Rather ironic,
just saw this topic listed just above:
"coppers battering lcpl"
so Dr_Chris's comment a cautious warning.

Perhaps if the police want and expect help
maybe they should make some serious
efforts to route out the bad apples.
This is for the benefit of the soldier, not the police.

msr
Oh dear, someone caught something nasty while being a good samaratin?
 
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No chance of any assistance to the police from me without a very much clearer exposition as to the reason why.
 
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old_nis said:
No chance of any assistance to the police from me without a very much clearer exposition as to the reason why.

It's because a very large chip fell off your shoulder and blocked the M6 Toll.

Is an exposition like an explanation...? :roll:
 
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The reason the police URGENTLY need to contact the member of the Armed Forces that assisted is that he may have been exposed to a serious health and safety hazard at the scene of the RTA and may be himself at risk. This was discovered following the post-mortem of the deceased.
 
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Danny_Dravot said:
The reason the police URGENTLY need to contact the member of the Armed Forces that assisted is that he may have been exposed to a serious health and safety hazard at the scene of the RTA and may be himself at risk. This was discovered following the post-mortem of the deceased.
Depleted uranium, ebola, rabies, **** warts :?:
 
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Danny_Dravot said:
The reason the police URGENTLY need to contact the member of the Armed Forces that assisted is that he may have been exposed to a serious health and safety hazard at the scene of the RTA and may be himself at risk. This was discovered following the post-mortem of the deceased.
Yeah that old chestnut, I bet the first thing they do is check his tax disc and tyres.
 
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