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Scottish Man Blasts Selfish Drivers Who Force Wheelchair & Scooter Users Onto Busy Roads

Monday 21 September 2020


From the Scottish Daily Record:


Kenny Croken
Kenny Croken has grown increasingly annoyed by drivers
who continually park on pavements around his home
in Pather forcing him to use the road.

Wishaw man blasts selfish drivers who force wheelchair & scooter users onto busy roads

By Ross Thomson
16 September 2020
© 2020 Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd.

A Wishaw man has blasted selfish drivers who force wheelchair users and those on mobility scooters onto busy roads around the town.

Kenny Croken has been using his scooter for the last past five years after suffering from Fibromyalgia, which causes increased sensitivity to pain and extreme fatigue.

However, he is growing increasingly annoyed by drivers who continually park on pavements around his home in Pather forcing him to use the road.

After posting his frustrations on social media, Kenny saw that many other people were also fed up and came up against the same problems across Wishaw.

He said: “I put a post up on Facebook complaining about the problem and within minutes I had messages from people living across Wishaw saying they had the same problem.

“For me it’s getting worse and it’s especially bad around schools.”


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