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Man in rooftop drama had problems at work

A member of staff at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Luton spent approx 3 hours up on the schools roof today.

A member of staff at Cardinal Newman Catholic School in Luton spent approx 3 hours up on the schools roof today.

 

A man who was on the roof of Cardinal Newman High School for three hours this morning was trying to draw attention to issues he had at work.

Mitch Eastwick, premises managerat the Catholic school, said he was having problems in the workplace and wanted to highlight his despair.

Police were called to the school in Warden Hill Road at 7.39am to negotiate with the 55-year-old.

Headteacher Jane Crow said: “Police attended an incident at Cardinal Newman involving a member of the school’s support staff. Thankfully, no-one was hurt and the staff member was taken to hospital. No students were involved.”

 

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