Thurrock taxi drivers to have licences reviewed after “road rage incident”

THREE Thurrock taxi drivers are set to have their license reviewed after an alleged “road rage incident”.

The incident was referred to by the Thurrock Community Policing team in their monthly report. However, neither the police nor Thurrock Council were prepared to go into specifics.

Leader of the Council, Cllr Rob Gledhill said: “Thurrock Council regularly works alongside Essex Police on many different types of operations. This is to help ensure only those who are deemed a fit and proper person are driving our residents around the borough and children to school.

“As this incident is currently being investigated it would be inappropriate to comment on the specific case, beyond that the Council is following its policy in regards to this kind of allegation which includes suspending licenses pending the outcome of the investigation.”

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