Police pay compensation after leaving cyclist to freeze to death | road.cc
PCSOs did not get out of car and spent less than 10 minutes looking for Jacqueline Parsons after she crashed while riding through a cemetery in Hull
The family of a cyclist who froze to death after police were alerted to the fact she had fallen off her bike but did not get out of their car to look for her have won compensation from Humberside Police.
Two PCSOs from the force stopped searching for Jacqueline Parsons after less than 10 minutes despite a call being received to tell police that she was in distress.
Ms Parsons, aged 56, had fallen from her bike as she rode through Western Cemetery in Hull, East Yorkshire in October 2018.