Five HMP Bristol prison officers injured in attack by inmate

Image copyright PA Image caption The attack at HMP Bristol happened on Friday afternoon Five prison officers have been injured in an attack by an inmate. The attack happened at HMP Bristol on Friday afternoon and all five officers “received hospital treatment”, a Prison Service spokeswoman said. Sarah Rigby, from the Prison Officers Association (POA),…

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The assault at HMP Bristol came about on Friday afternoon

5 jail officials were injured in an assault via an inmate.

The assault came about at HMP Bristol on Friday afternoon and all 5 officials “gained sanatorium remedy”, a Jail Carrier spokeswoman mentioned.

Sarah Rigby, from the Jail Officials Affiliation (POA), mentioned the prisoner have been transferred from a high-security prison.

The Jail Carrier mentioned it used to be making an investment in body of workers protection via issuing body-worn cameras and pepper spray.

Ms Rigby mentioned the inmate “will have to by no means were moved out of the high-security established order”.

She mentioned the injured body of workers have been “now out of sanatorium and are improving at house. Our ideas are with them and we will most effective hope they make a complete restoration”.

HMP Bristol these days has about 520 grownup male prisoners and a restricted choice of younger offenders, each convicted and on remand from native courts.

This can be a native class B jail with nearly all of prisoners staying for not up to 12 months.

Bristol weapons arrest: Bomb unit orders evacuation of homes

Image caption A 50m cordon is in place in Shetland Road and residents have been moved out Homes have been evacuated and an Army explosive team has been called in following the arrest of a man over suspected weapons offences in Bristol.Weapons were found at a property on Shetland Road, Southmead, and a 50m (164ft)…

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A 50m cordon is in position in Shetland Street and citizens were moved out

Houses were evacuated and an Military explosive group has been referred to as in following the arrest of a person over suspected guns offences in Bristol.

Guns had been discovered at a belongings on Shetland Street, Southmead, and a 50m (164feet) cordon was once installed position.

Police referred to as in an explosives ordnance disposal group (EOD) to go looking the world.

The arrested guy stays in custody on suspicion of possessing offensive guns. Police stated the operation isn’t terror connected.

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The BBC’s Chris Kelly stated police had been focussing on one space in Shetland Street

A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Police stated: “We apologise for any disruption led to to citizens within the space however would rigidity the movements taken are purely as a precaution, till the EOD attend and a complete seek of the valuables is finished.

“We will verify that this isn’t a terrorist-related incident and the movements taken are precautionary because of one of the most pieces discovered within the belongings.”

The BBC’s Chris Kelly stated native folks had instructed him the police arrived on Saturday morning, however the explosives group had been referred to as in a lot later.

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An explosives ordnance disposal group is main the hunt

Premiership: Bristol Bears 21-26 Wasps – late Nizaam Carr try snatches win

Wasps had only scored two tries in their previous three Premiership away games this seasonGallagher PremiershipBristol (3) 21Tries: Piutau, Thacker Con: Sheedy Pens: Sheedy 3Wasps (0) 26Tries: Umaga, Fekitoa, Minozzi, Carr Cons: Umaga 3Nizaam Carr’s spectacular last-minute try saw Wasps snatch victory at Bristol after an exhilarating second half.It seemed the visitors would be denied…

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Wasps had simplest scored two tries of their earlier 3 Premiership away video games this season
Gallagher Premiership
Bristol (3) 21
Tries: Piutau, Thacker Con: Sheedy Pens: Sheedy 3
Wasps (0) 26
Tries: Umaga, Fekitoa, Minozzi, Carr Cons: Umaga 3

Nizaam Carr’s impressive last-minute attempt noticed Wasps grab victory at Bristol after an exciting 2nd part.

It appeared the guests can be denied a primary away win of the season when Callum Sheedy slotted a penalty after Joe Launchbury was once harshly penalised.

However South Africa back-row Carr danced down the touchline to attain and provides the strugglers a bonus-point victory.

Dai Younger’s Wasps deserved to triumph, with Jacob Umaga, Malakai Fekitoa and Matteo Minozzi additionally going over.

The six-try 2nd part – in entrance of 23,078 at Ashton Gate – was once in stark distinction to a gap 40 mins full of dealing with mistakes, with Bristol 3-Zero forward on the damage as they soaked up Wasps force.

A advantageous Charles Piutau quilt take on stopped Wasps’ Anthony Watson from scoring after a 15-phase transfer, however Umaga surged thru an opening to in any case penetrate the house defence after Launchbury’s turnover.

Former New Zealand full-back Piutau broke regardless that a take on from fellow Kiwi Fekitoa to position Bristol 13-7 up, sooner than Fekitoa himself lower a very good line to head over from 30m.

Wasps led 19-13 when Italian Minozzi went over after a super Zach Kibirige damage, however Harry Thacker introduced Bristol again to inside some extent from a riding maul, sooner than a grandstand end.

First England lock Launchbury gave away a penalty for access right into a Bristol maul, with Sheedy changing to position the hosts 21-19 up with mins closing.

However Carr confirmed power to stick infield, evade tackles and keep on his ft to attain within the nook, consigning the Bears to their first house defeat of the season and fighting them from shifting best of the Premiership.

Bristol head trainer Pat Lam informed BBC Radio Bristol:

“Extraordinarily upset – clearly, like several Bristol fanatics can be, as a result of let’s be truthful we did not play that neatly, particularly within the first part.

“We became over an excessive amount of ball, we gave away foolish consequences – all of the issues we did not wish to do – as a result of we didn’t have sufficient admire for the ball to keep an eye on it when it is slippery available in the market.

“With two mins to head we put ourselves in with an opportunity to win the sport. So they can get away was once unacceptable.”

Wasps director of rugby Dai Younger informed BBC Coventry & Warwickshire:

“I believed we stayed within the battle, we did not panic and to get that win will expectantly give us that self assurance and trust to kick on from right here.

“Once more we made one or two errors however I believed we appeared way more managed. I believed we contained their assault beautiful neatly.

“Issues have not moderately long past our manner however expectantly that’ll be a turning level – what we want to do now’s construct on that.”

Bristol: Piutau; Morahan, O’Conor, Leiua, Fricker; Sheedy, Uren; Woolmore, Thacker, Afoa, Attwood, Vui, Luatua (capt), Heenan, Hughes.

Replacements: Capon, Lay, Lahiff, Holmes, Hamilton, Randall, Lloyd, Bedlow.

Wasps: Minozzi; Kibirige, Fekitoa, Le Bourgeois, Watson; Umaga, Robson; Harris, Taylor, Brookes, Launchbury (capt), Matthews, Willis, Younger, Carr.

Replacements: Cruse, West, Owlett, Cardall, Vailanu, Porter, Gopperth, De Jongh.

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