Mum's plea to council after son slashes hand on broken seesaw

Hailey with son Frankie-Lee

Hailey with son Frankie-Lee

First published in News by , Reporter

A mum-of-three is urging a council to fix a children’s play area in Braintree after her son slashed his hand on broken equipment.

Full-time mum Hailey Jensen, 22, claims she has called Braintree Council multiple times in three months to fix the vandalised equipment at the King George V play areas in Cressing Road, after her two-year-old son Frankie-Lee caught his hand on a seesaw’s broken handle.

However Miss Jensen said she has not seen any repairs and is told by the council that her complaint was “duly noted”.

See this week's Braintree and Witham Times for the full story.

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8:41am Thu 24 Jul 14

Bhudeeka says...

she didn't notice it as she placed her child on it? better still find the thugs who broke it and send them the bill
she didn't notice it as she placed her child on it? better still find the thugs who broke it and send them the bill Bhudeeka
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