What it's really like in park where druggies had needles hanging out their legs



Parents in west Hull say they refuse to take their children into their local park because of drug users.
A volunteer at the Maurice Rawling Community Centre near to Bean Street Park also said volunteers clear the park of needles at least twice a week.
Residents spoke of their disgust after a mum from Coltman Street described how her husband and daughter, aged nine, found two drug users so high they looked dead at the park.
Jay Stembridge said they found the pair who had passed out with needles sticking out of their legs.
Her husband rang for an ambulance and police before the drug users... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 61
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