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Details of arrests on 5th

 
 
On 7 Nov 2012 at 1:01pm Albert Square wrote:
All people not from Lewes by the looks of it.

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On 7 Nov 2012 at 2:20pm reality bites wrote:
Hang on - some from Brighton, Eastbourne and London - what about the ones that didn't state a hometown - perhaps they were from Lewes!?
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On 7 Nov 2012 at 2:30pm PC Plonkers wrote:
Then take off the unnecessary arrests by green behind the ears out of town clueless coppers and you are left with 1 arrest, entirely bonfire unrelated.
Can we carry on where we left off now please?
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On 7 Nov 2012 at 6:14pm The Super K wrote:
I want to know what the 82 injuries were!!
Cant find any info on it at all!
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On 7 Nov 2012 at 11:02pm Bonfire Boy wrote:
As someone has correctly posted elsewhere, that figure will include anyone who went to the St John's people for anything. A paracetamol, a replacement inhaler, a plaster for a splinter from picking up a discarded torch, a sparkler burn, a twisted ankle from falling over when p*ssed, a bit of hot ash on top of the head, a cut finger from a broken beer bottle, a bruised hand from punching some other drunken chav, a blistered foot from too long spent teetering about in high heels, and so on...
 
 
On 8 Nov 2012 at 3:10pm bastian wrote:
that was what I was about to write.....supoer K why are you gouls all so keen to point out that in large crowds people sometimes get hurt. it happens at footie matches to and carnivals but you don't see people hanging on with bated braeth to find out the gory details.
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On 8 Nov 2012 at 4:50pm Taff wrote:
Because Bastion these injuries are recorded as bonfire injury statistics. Even if no firework, match or any other heat source was the cause. Drunk and falling off a wall and hurting ones head, as happened to someone last year, is not a bonfire injury even though it happened in Lewes on November 5th in the evening.
So how many of the injuries this year were actually bonfire related. Plod wont reveal those figures I am sure.
 
 
On 8 Nov 2012 at 9:50pm Daydreamer wrote:
I didn't think the police were allowed on societies firesites ?
 
 
On 9 Nov 2012 at 8:32am teaboy wrote:
I'm sure a Freedom of Information request would reveal the nature of the injuries.
 
 
On 9 Nov 2012 at 8:39am v.c. wrote:
St Johns provide a detailed injury report which includes SECAMB. This is made available for the Bonfire Societies so ask your representative once this information is available. It is generally along the lines of what Bonfire Boy says.


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