Details of request “UK accident statistics for pedestrians on the pavement for collisions with cars and bicycles

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
248336  sent  2010-11-05 16:13:57 +0000  waiting_response  2010-11-05 16:13:57 +0000  waiting_response  outgoing  
248534  comment  2010-11-07 03:17:43 +0000         
2110158  overdue  2010-12-07 00:00:00 +0000         
262329  followup_sent  2010-12-09 16:02:49 +0000  internal_review  2010-12-09 16:02:49 +0000  internal_review  outgoing  
292403  followup_sent  2011-02-03 11:52:11 +0000        outgoing  
367565  followup_sent  2011-06-21 15:50:10 +0100  internal_review  2011-06-21 15:50:10 +0100  internal_review  outgoing  
370367  comment  2011-06-26 04:49:53 +0100         
384294  response  2011-07-20 10:27:04 +0100    2011-07-20 10:56:46 +0100  partially_successful  incoming  
384320  followup_sent  2011-07-20 10:56:34 +0100  partially_successful      outgoing  
384740  comment  2011-07-21 02:57:02 +0100         
476275  comment  2012-01-14 07:48:05 +0000         
1386695  comment  2015-05-12 21:37:48 +0100         
1399533  comment  2015-05-26 12:15:24 +0100         

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