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Germany: officer uses dog power and pink scooter to catch suspect

Published Mon, 04/02/2019 - 07:15

Police officer Christian Plötz commandeered an unusual vehicle to pursue and arrest an offender recently.  The man, while jogging in a nature reserve in the city of Worms, was alleged to have attacked a a woman who was exercising her dog using a scooter. 

The woman, who had been pushed to the ground by the jogger, called the police and was fortunate to find a patrol officer very close by. Officer Plötz tried to follow the suspect on foot, but failed to keep up with him.

Romania:theft leaves section of Bucharest motorway without lighting

Published Sat, 26/01/2019 - 17:19

Half of the ‘urban highway’, a 6 km segment of the A3 highway between Bucharest and Ploiesti, has been left without lighting after thieves stole the underground cable powering the lighting system.

The highway segment, which takes drivers into the capital, was only inaugurated in mid-December. It is lit to offer increased visibility and safety. Now, only half of the segment has the required lighting.

Lithuania achieves 11 per cent reduction in road fatalities year-on-year

Published Thu, 03/01/2019 - 07:25

 

In 2018 the number of people killed in traffic accidents in Lithuania was reduced by 11 per cent - thaT'S 24 FEWER THAN IN 2017. Over the last two decades, an impressive reduction in road deaths of up to 80 per cent has been achieved! Police say they are proud of the joint work done by government institutions, police, social partners, traffic organisations and other road safety partners. "We are confidently moving towards a Vision Zero," said a police spokesperson.

Lithuania achieves 11 per cent reduction in road fatalities year-on-year

Published Thu, 03/01/2019 - 07:24

 

In 2018 the number of people killed in traffic accidents in Lithuania was reduced by 11 per cent - thaT'S 24 FEWER THAN IN 2017. Over the last two decades, an impressive reduction in road deaths of up to 80 per cent has been achieved! Police say they are proud of the joint work done by government institutions, police, social partners, traffic organisations and other road safety partners. "We are confidently moving towards a Vision Zero," said a police spokesperson.

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