'I won't pay fine for driving in bus lane on bank holiday' - Hull council worker



A Hull City Council worker is refusing to pay fine she has been given by her employers for driving in a bus lane on a bank holiday.
Kayleigh Elvin was driving back to her home in Kingswood after a day out in East Park on August 29 when cameras snapped her wheels encroaching in the bus lane along Holderness Road, near the old Tower Grange police station.
Miss Elvin, 25, said she was stunned to receive the letter fining her for the offence, as she had assumed that bus lanes would be free to drive in on a bank holiday, and only part of her car had been caught in the area.
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6 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 46
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