COPS have paid harms to the group of a lady who stuck to death following a ten-minute pursuit was deserted by PCSOs.

Family members of Jacqueline Parsons, 56, sued in the wake of hearing they had not left their police vehicle.
A bystander called cops in 2018 when Jacqueline tumbled off her bicycle in Hull.

Her body was found 17 hours after the fact in a graveyard.

An examination controlled freezing for the time being temperature added to her demise.

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Sibling Stephen, 64, said: “I can’t find a sense of peace with the way that Jacqueline would in any case be here in the event that the police had recently taken care of their responsibilities.

“To not get out the vehicle and leave following ten minutes, having driven round and sparkled two or three lights, was shocking.”

Humberside Police said: “Jacqueline Parsons’ passing was a frightfully heartbreaking occurrence and our considerations and sympathies stay with her loved ones.”

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