A loving mother who reportedly died because her ambulance was delayed due to protests in the middle of the road in London, has been pictured for the first time.
According to reports from local media outlets, eco-protesters were accused of having her blood on their hands as they completely blocked the road and failed to let any traffic pass on the bridge that was a leading route into the city.
So many emergency vehicles were seen being stranded for hours and two women were reported dead on the M20 highway. These protests were outlined to be taking place in the name of ‘Just Stop Oil’ on Dartford Bridge.
It is believed that ambulance crews took a staggering amount of time to reach their respective destinations in Swanley since that’s how much traffic was blocked on that day.
A former police chief says that both women would probably be alive today if the protesters had been a little more considerate and allowed emergency and life-supporting medical staff and paramedics to pass instead of conducting a complete blockage on the streets.
Lisa Webber who hails from Swanley in Kent was slammed by a BMW coming in her direction at high speeds.
She was believed to be helping one other driver who happened to be stranded on the busy highway due to losing control of the heavy rain conditions.
Meanwhile, another male driver by the name of Mark Heap also came to the rescue of the female driver. But tragically, both women and Mr. Heap were run over by a speeding BMW that tried to avoid the massive traffic blockade.
While Mr. Heap did survive and is currently in a hospital bed with a broken back and shoulder, the other two women reportedly died. And this is why he feels the protesters have their blood on their hands.
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