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Police called after mobile home gets stuck in Hampstead road

17:28 03 June 2014

Officers from the Flying Squad are investigating.

Officers from the Flying Squad are investigating.

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Police were called to Hampstead last week after a vehicle moving a mobile home became stuck in the road.

Officers attended the junction of Constantine Road and Fleet Road just after 1pm last Wednesday.

A spokesman said: “Police were called as a vehicle moving a mobile home had got stuck.

“Police assistance was requested so the driver of the vehicle could reverse back along the road.”

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