Newcastle man critical after garage gas explosion, then attacked by angry neighbours in front of police station

Newcastle man critical after garage gas explosion, then attacked by angry neighbours in front of police station

Sue Larkin has spoken of her anger after her flat is under attack, during which police arrived to arrest him. She and her neighbour were on their walk near their home when the explosion happened.

In a statement from the BBC, she said: “We were sitting on the porch watching television when the garage door opened and three people with huge guns walked in.

“I heard the alarm go off, then the men came out. One of them was armed. The other was carrying a large hammer. I saw them turn to우리카지노 their neighbours and get into their cars, and then get on their motorcycles.

“That’s when I started screaming and shouting and shouting. My fron우리카지노t door was thrown open and two men ran into my home.

“I said ‘this is my house, I don’t want this happening there’, and my neighbours said ‘we’re here to help’.”

Sue was able to get her mother, sister, two daughters and nephew out without any serious injury, but she is now living with her boyfriend.

The incident happened last Thursday at approximately 22:45 BST, and police were called just seconds later by the explosion, reported Newcastle News & Media.

Sue and her husband were walking home when they came across the explosion

The explosion took place in the parking lot of a property on North Wood Street, which is near the junction with a bridge on which there is a road bridge

Sue and her neighbour were sitting on the porch watching TV when the garage door opened and three people with huge guns walked in. She says she had to stand up to protect her son. She said: “My son was screaming and shouting, but I stood beside him and told him ‘they’re going to kill you’.

“The two men said they were police and that they had been called to assist when a vehicle had exploded.

“They said there had been an explosion at the same address four years ago and that they would be there to deal with it.”

Sue’s neighbours claimed to have heard the bangs of the explosion before the neighbours, and after seeing police rush in, Sue and her daughter left their home.

She went back into their home, but not to find her baby asleep on the sofa. She said that, while she and her mother were out walking, the house was engulfed in flames.

Speaking through a solicijarvees.comtor, Sue said tha