CCTV of Bus Stop at Old Steine opposite Sainsburys
Zakary Wilson made this Freedom of Information request to Brighton and Hove City Council
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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,
I would like to request the CCTV of the bus stop situated opposite sainsburys at the Old Steine, for the date 04/01/2022 between 12:00 and 12:30.
The reason for the request is a crime committed by a bus driver who I believe has purposefully splashed pedestrians by driving at a speed through a large puddle.
This caused me and one other pedestrian to be drenched in low temperature environments.
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Dear Mr Wilson,
Council Disclosure Reference – D21 – 315
Thank you for your email requesting CCTV footage on Old Steine bus stop.
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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,
I would like to request the CCTV of the bus stop situated opposite
sainsburys at the Old Steine, for the date 04/01/2022 between 12:00 and
The reason for the request is a crime committed by a bus driver who I
believe has purposefully splashed pedestrians by driving at a speed
through a large puddle.
This caused me and one other pedestrian to be drenched in low temperature
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