Eco-warriors offer ‘sympathies’ to woman paralysed by stroke in traffic as they block M25 AGAIN

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Published on 20 Sep 2021, 13:26
SHAMELESS M25 eco-warriors have offered their "sympathies" to a woman who was paralysed by a stroke while sitting in the traffic they caused - as they blocked the road AGAIN.

The mum's son, who was driving her to the hospital, said he was forced to "watch his mother slip away" - with traffic again backed up for miles as the protesters again caused chaos.

This is the fourth time the climate crisis warriors have caused travel chaos around London's orbital and surrounding motorways - which has had serious consequences for people left stuck in the traffic.

And 41` people have been arrested this morning alone following the M25 blockage, Hertfordshire and Kent Police confirmed.

Police have now cleared Insulate Britain protesters and reopened roads on the M25 and A1(M), they said.

Chris, whose mum is now paralysed after being forced to sit in the delays, told LBC: "I was caught up for about six hours in traffic. I was doing a mission of mercy to help my mother."

He took it upon himself to drive his mum because of ambulance delays and the on-site doctor being his with severe delays due to traffic.

But he ended up stuck on the motorway for six hours after Insulate Britain protesters blocked the road.

He said: "I was there with my mother for six hours watching her slip away, and I could do nothing."

"When we got her to the hospital, the doctors said if we were to have gotten to them within 90 minutes, her symptoms, her recovery would have been minimal."

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Shameless M25 eco-warriors offer ‘sympathies’ to woman paralysed by stroke in traffic as they block motorway AGAIN

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