Hit-and-run witnesses 'shouldn't have to see what they saw'

Kevin Brennan, who will be giving a reading at the church service this evening, said the attacks had been a "terrible experience" and a "great shock" for the community in Ely.

I think everyone's heart goes out to (Ms Menzies) but also to those motherless children now, and I am sure there is going to be a lot of support for the community as a result.

People were just going about their normal daily lives, picking up their kids from school, on their way home on a lovely sunny day - they shouldn't have to see what they saw on Friday afternoon.

Somebody deliberately driving a vehicle, apparently, at people, at women and children. People then having to help those that were injured ... It was a terrible experience for the community and it has been a great shock.

– Kevin Brennan

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