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Nevill Bonfire girl injured

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On 19 Oct 2015 at 10:41am DC Matt Cherryman wrote:
A six year old girl has suffered serious injuries as a result of a firework at the Nevill bonfire Saturday night in Lewes.
The young girl was with her mother in the society enclosure and has also suffered injuries as a result of the firework.
If anyone has witnessed the event or recorded the display please contact DC Cherryman on 101 ext 577113 or matthew.cherryman@sussex.pnn.police.uk
Thank you in advance for all your help.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 11:28am Parent wrote:
I was worried about the lack of police on the night. My garden was over run with drunk teenagers. About time something was done about it.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 12:08pm Grafter wrote:
This injury was due to a malfunction of a firework in the display. It's an issue of whether children should be so close to the display but I imagine plenty of people will shortly provide their well argued expertise in this matter!
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:04pm Where there's blame, there's a wrote:
I was standing 3 or 4 yards away and saw the accident.
Hope she's ok and all ends well
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 2:30pm Daz wrote:
Strange comment parent, or did it go in the wrong thread, this isn't about the policing on the night but an accident on the firesite that has left a young girl injured!!!!
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 2:40pm Mike Fisk wrote:
Parent, Although your comment was not about this particular thread it is obviously a concern. Please could you email me at secretary@njbs.co.uk with details, where you live, time etc. I well then raise in our debrief as well as with the debrief with police, security etc. - thank you
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 2:57pm Ronald wrote:
and what about the sheep?
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 3:34pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Hope the injured parties make a good recovery.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 3:37pm Guy wrote:
As strong an argument as possible to end this ridiculous annual injury ritual. But lets just brush it under the carpet like the injuries that will happen on the 5th
Pathetic
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 3:43pm Concerned wrote:
I truly hope the poor little girl and her mum make a full and quick recovery. Thinking of them and their family x
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 3:58pm Penguin wrote:
Absolutely right Guy, and whilst they are banning it perhaps they should also ban driving, electricity, having sharp objects in your house, contact sports, doing DIY, snow etc. etc. The list of things that might injure you goes on and on!
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 7:44pm BANG BANG wrote:
There were alot of Joe Public in the bonfire members area, and as far as im aware, the mum and child were Joe Public. I watched the display and i saw nothing malfunction, certainly no fireworks came into the crowd. Saying this, i hope she makes a speedy recovery but lets not point the finger to quickly.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 8:11pm Where there's blame, there's a wrote:
Incorrect
Both were dressed, not civvies
Wether they are members or not is another matter
Don't comment as you obviously didn't see the incident
People like you spreading gossip and here say do bonfire to good
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 10:29pm Concerned person wrote:
Surely the purpose of this post was to ask social media users to assist in the investigation that needs to be carried out now firstly everybody should be wishing the young girl a speedy recovery
Then and only then should we do all that is possible to actually find out the true events of the evening rather than hear say so as to make sure that this cannot happen again
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 10:53pm Daydreamer wrote:
This is a thread from the police asking for witness not who done what and when. I hope the mother and daughter are ok.
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 6:46am Grafter wrote:
Not sure why I have so many down votes but it looked like a firework coming down from where we were at the barrier. Is that incorrect. Imagine someone must have it on their phone?
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 12:08pm Guy wrote:
What a twattish yet predictable reply Penguin. Virtually all those things you mention are unavoidable or vital to daily life. Ceasing the setting light to explosive devices purely for visual enjoyment isn't going to stop the world. Is it? Be honest.
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 3:36pm Penguin wrote:
Thanks for your kind response Guy, what a gent you are! In answer to your question, no, it would not stop the world, but then carrying on isn't likely to either. Is it. Be honest!
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 4:56pm Guy wrote:
No it won't. It will just injure a few more people instead. But I suppose that's ok with you lot. As long as you get your fun to Hell with anyone else
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 5:03pm fiery fred. wrote:
You don't have to go and watch. It is your own choice and yes there is a chance it could be dangerous! Hope they make a full and quick recovery.
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 8:01pm Ben wrote:
Guy you win Bell-end of the month, congratulations sir
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 8:02pm Ben wrote:
Guy you win Bell-end of the month, congratulations sir
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 8:02pm Ben wrote:
Guy you win Bell-end of the month, congratulations sir
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 9:15pm Fake Sarah wrote:
I wonder who won this months award of bell-end of the month?
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On 20 Oct 2015 at 9:25pm Bang bang wrote:
Closely followed by Ben .t**t
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 6:48am Knowall Fister wrote:
Guy, why don't you just move back to London. You'll be safe up there.
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 8:42am Joe O'keefe wrote:
I have a room spare if your looking for DIGS Guy. Comfy, no nasty catholic hating fireworks people and an endless supply of nice young choirboys
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 10:31am Guy wrote:
A child suffers a serious injury from a firework at an organised display. I suggest measures that would prevent it and am insulted by the bonfire-at-whatever-cost mob. It just about sums you lot up. I'm sure YOUR solution of sending get well soon messages will help no end in the future.
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 2:13pm Townie wrote:
People have a choice whether they want to go, Guy. There aren't many things in this world that don't contain some sort of risk...going to the zoo, funfairs, football matches, even going shopping. But incidents of injury are pretty low and yes, one injury through a dodgy firework is one too many but come on, let's put a bit of perspective on it. It was an accident and hopefully, with various risk assessments etc, it will make future events even safer.
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 2:49pm Me wrote:
I think knowall fisher pretty much sums it up guy
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 2:49pm Me wrote:
I think knowall fisher pretty much sums it up guy
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On 21 Oct 2015 at 7:43pm Daz wrote:
But Guy. You didn't suggest measures to avoid it at all. You just suggested banning it all together. If you have these suggestions you claim to as a health and safety expert feel free to share.
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On 22 Oct 2015 at 10:32pm Taff wrote:
Someone needs an education how not to be a dictator. EFF all to do with you so if you know EFF all about why get involved! Best wishes to the injured persons for a speedy recovery.
 
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On 23 Oct 2015 at 10:24am Daz wrote:
Was that aimed at me taff?


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