Flytipper leaves trail of fridges in country lane

PUBLISHED: 13:36 25 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:14 25 April 2018

Seven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative Commons

Seven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative Commons

North Mymms news/Creative Commons

Police were called after seven fridges were found dumped on a road.

Seven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative CommonsSeven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative Commons

Police were called at 10.49pm yesterday (Tuesday, April 24) to reports of a number of fridge freezers blocking Bradmore Lane near Brookmans Park in North Mymms.

Police officers helped with the removal of the appliances after the incident was referred to Herts County Council’s highways department.

The road was clear by 11.30pm.

Seven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative CommonsSeven fridges were found flytipped in North Mymms yesterday. Picture: North Mymms News/Creative Commons

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