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@SussexRoadsPol

23 hours

We're still appealing for witnesses to this tragic collision, which occurred near Wisborough Green. If you saw what happened, or if you saw either of the vehicles driven in the area beforehand, please contact us. http://socsi.in/Y25LF 

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@SussexSpecials

23 hours

We're still appealing for witnesses to this tragic collision, which occurred near Wisborough Green. If you saw what happened, or if you saw either of the vehicles driven in the area beforehand, please contact us. http://socsi.in/Y25LF 

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@SusPolFooty

16 hours

really enjoyed your podcast special with - fascinating insight about a complex job. Always look at football policing as something that can only go wrong - when it goes well, no one notices. Thanks.

@SusPolFooty

2 days

So the game wasn’t great yesterday but my best moment was watching a lad no older than 6 chanting Sam Baldocks name continuously throughout the game. If you know the chap in question who was right at the front of the upper section please let me know.