After his officer was injured on the M25 and knocked off his motorcycle, a police chief warned that it is only a matter of “only a matter” before someone is killed in a Just Stop Oil protest.
BJ Harrington chief constable of Essex Police and stated to The Telegraph that he was shocked by the injuries sustained Wednesday by the roads policing officer in response to the activists’ latest stunt on the motorway.
He claimed that “nobody was responsible” for the officer’s injury, “other than Just Stop Oil”. Just Stop Oil activists have been climbing gantries along the 116-mile London orbital all week in an effort to force road closures.
The officer was trying to set up a rolling roadblock – to ease traffic before the roads can be closed. He was riding between Junction 26 and 27 when two lorries collided and knocked him off his bicycle.
Although he was admitted to the hospital, it is hoped that his condition will improve.
According to Mr Harrington, The Telegraph “It’s been an important game changer today” (if you can call it that).
Suella Braverman had condemned Just Stop Oil’s “guerilla techniques” after activists climbing gantries led to an officer being hurt in a collision on a busy motorway.
CREDIT: ESSEX POLICE
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