‘Hero’ teenagers come to the rescue of pensioner in Chesterfield town centre



A cancer-stricken pensioner has heaped praised on two ‘hero’ teenagers who came to his aid when he was confronted by a yob in Chesterfield town centre while walking his dog.
Eric Taylor, 72, of Mill Street, Chesterfield, was walking his seven-year-old Dutch shepherd near the Chesterfield Tourist Information Centre at Rykneld Square on Friday, October 14 when he saw a man “shouting” and “screaming” at other members of the public.
Mr Taylor, who uses a walking stick because he has arthritis in both of his knees, said: “He was throwing his arms around and being a general nuisance.
“I thought I... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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