Operations

Arrested Ride: Teens Chauffeured To Prom In A Police Van

Posted on July 7, 2015

“The pink limousine was clearly the oldest they had. It sounded like it had no exhaust and was held together with rust. Ten minutes after they set off, we had a phone call saying they had broken down and smoke was pouring out of the engine. The driver even used their bottle of non-alcoholic bubbly to put the fire out.”

Police in a riot van noticed what was happening and stopped to put all four girls in their van and take them up to Tankersley Manor.

Full story at www.thestar.co.uk.

Related Topics: European operators, fleet management, limo fire, maintenance, passenger safety, pink limousines

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