How long does wreckage stay on the,street before the police take



Jon, I shot the picture in Paris (France).
The city owns the streets. The local law says
the police are in charge of removing wreckage.
They obviously have other priorities.
Now, I should rephrase my question and make
it more general. How about:
"How long does wreckage stay on the street
before the people in charge of removing
it (whoever they are) do the job? (in your
city?)


Jon Bendtsen a écrit :
> [email protected] wrote:
>> How long does wreckage stay on the
>> street before the police take it out?
>> (in your corner of the world)
>>
>> http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2179778915/

>
> I'm not sure it is the police that removes it here. I think
> it is the land owner that has to remove it. The picture seems
> like a publicly owned area, so it's most likely some county
> worker?
>
>
>
> JonB
 
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Jon Bendtsen

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[email protected] wrote:
> Jon, I shot the picture in Paris (France).
> The city owns the streets. The local law says
> the police are in charge of removing wreckage.
> They obviously have other priorities.
> Now, I should rephrase my question and make
> it more general. How about:
> "How long does wreckage stay on the street
> before the people in charge of removing
> it (whoever they are) do the job? (in your
> city?)


Oh yeah, i forgot to answer that part. Up in
Copenhagen, Denmark it depends on what part
of the city. But several month's are not uncommon.




JonB
 
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Tom Sherman

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Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
>> Jon, I shot the picture in Paris (France).
>> The city owns the streets. The local law says
>> the police are in charge of removing wreckage.
>> They obviously have other priorities.
>> Now, I should rephrase my question and make
>> it more general. How about:
>> "How long does wreckage stay on the street
>> before the people in charge of removing
>> it (whoever they are) do the job? (in your
>> city?)

>
> Oh yeah, i forgot to answer that part. Up in
> Copenhagen, Denmark it depends on what part
> of the city. But several month's are not uncommon.


In parts of the US, the bicycle would be there for years, unless someone
wanted to steal the remaining parts.

In Germany, the bicycle would be gone within a couple of days, if not
hours - it is the cleanest country I have ever been in.

--
Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
"And never forget, life ultimately makes failures of all people." A. Derleth
 

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