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About Plympton

Plympton aims to reviving serialized fiction for the digital age. Through its literary studio, the company nurtures the creation of original serial content. Plympton's first three titles were part of the launch of Amazon's Kindle Serials program.

Plympton Headquarter Location

San Francisco, California,

United States

Latest Plympton News

Police release stark images after e-scooter crash

Jul 25, 2021

E-scooter crash left road soaked in blood prompting Devon police to share shocking images and warning The rider survived, but police released graphic imaghes that some people may find disturbing The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. SIGN UP We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Police have released graphic pictures of a blood-soaked road after an e-scooter horror crash in Plymouth. Plympton Police released the pictures to remind people that it’s illegal to ride a privately owned electric scooter in a public place in the UK. An e-scooter rider was taken to hospital with serious and potentially life-changing head injuries on Friday after coming off the vehicle in Plympton, reports PlymouthLive . Police were called to Market Road at 7.09pm on Friday night after reports that an adult male had come off an e-scooter. Please be aware that a more graphic picture appears in the article below. A statement from a local officer accompanying the images said: “These photos relate to an incident that occurred in Plympton on Friday in which a local resident was seriously injured having come off the e-scooter he was riding. “As you can see in the photos the male lost a lot of blood having sustained a nasty head injury. Called to attend the male were police, ambulance and the air ambulance. “The male was rushed to hospital with injuries that were considered to be life-changing or life-threatening at the time. “The road was then closed for some time to allow police and a scene of crime officer to conduct a detailed analysis of the scene, take statements from witnesses and conduct CCTV enquiries in order to ascertain exactly what happened. “All this work was necessary just in case the male died, in which case the incident would then have to be referred to the coroner. “Thankfully the male survived, but I am sure that his injuries will be with him for some time. We would like to remind everyone that it is currently illegal to ride a privately owned electric scooter in a public place in the UK. “This is because scooters are classified as Personal Light Electric Vehicles, so they are treated as motor vehicles. Images showing blood on the road after an e-scooter crash in Plympton on Friday (Image: Plympton Police) “So, if they are used on a road, pavement or a public place they are subject to the same legal requirements as any motor vehicle. “The penalties are the same as they are for "motor vehicles": No insurance; six points, £300 fine and the scooter seized. No Licence; penalty points, a fine and seizure of the scooter. “Please, don't waste your money purchasing an e-scooter for yourself or anyone else. Working to keep you safe.” Want our best stories with fewer ads and alerts when the biggest news stories drop? Download our app on iPhone or Android Read More

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