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Official helped lift threat to car wardens.

A STORMONT official had to negotiate to get a threat against traffic wardens lifted, it has emerged.

The Department for Infrastructure employee and a representative of traffic enforcement firm NSL met with a mediation service provider following an incident in West Belfast.

Sources said a traffic warden was approached in the area around the Falls and Grosvenor roads a number of weeks ago and threatened.

It is understood NSL staff then pulled out of the area.

In an unrelated incident police are investigating a report of a car being driven at two traffic wardens in the Samuel Street area of Belfast city centre after a parking ticket was issued last Friday.

The Mirror attempted to contact NSL for comment.

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Date:Sep 28, 2017
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