United Kingdom: Frack Off protesters bring a little fire engine trouble to Balcombe oil site

Guardian: Protests at a planned drilling site of a fracking company took an innovative turn on Thursday after activists stopped work by parking an antique fire engine outside the gates of the facility and locked themselves to the vehicle. The campaign group Frack Off said the fire engine, bought by some of the protesters involved, arrived at the site near Balcombe, West Sussex – where the energy company Cuadrilla plans to drill wells in the hope of releasing oil from the rocks – at about 7am. Two protesters......

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