Traffic in London blocked due to lost police ammunition

By | July 23, 2020
Traffic in London blocked due to lost police ammunition

The metropolitan police found out that the incident on the road was due to “human error”.

In London, a busy road was blocked for more than 11 hours after police lost ammunition. It is reported by Sky News.

Ammunition was placed on the roof of the armed response vehicle on July 22 morning but fell as the officers rode on a mission.

This led to the prolonged closure of the A13 road near Prince Regent Lane in east London after “large quantities of ammunition and supplies” fell onto the roadway.

In the evening, law enforcement officers reported that there was no longer any danger to the population, although the search continued.

The officer in charge was interrogated, they will conduct explanatory work with him.

The police apologized for the inconvenience caused to those who were driving on the A13 and thanked the motorists for their cooperation during the road closure.

Earlier it was reported that 22 police officers were injured in London during the riots.

We will remind, in London during the dispersal of an illegal party, police were injured.

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