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Sheffield warning sign vandalised

8th November 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A warning sign in Sheffield has been destroyed by vandals, leaving one mother devastated at their actions.

Homeowners in the Manor community started a campaign for better safety signs after Mitchell Mason suffered head injuries on Harborough Avenue in June, persuading the council to erect a £3,000 speed-indicator device, according to the Star.

As well as this, the community assembly allocated an additional £5,000 for barriers, crossing points and other safety measures. However, attacks have continued, with two signs on Hastilar Road also being vandalised.

Speaking to the newspaper, Mitchell's mum Leasa Ward, said: "It's really upset me, I'm devastated. I feel like they are directly targeting Mitchell. After everything we've been through, this is just awful."

This week, the Manchester Evening News revealed that a primary school in Bury was forced into closure after being covered in a cloud of dust.

A total of 300 pupils were sent home from St John With St Mark Primary School as a result of the incident. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800789057-ADNFCR


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