Pram Brakes request
Jim Quinn at Gloucester writes –
Ron Crumpler (Glos Panel), was asked to do something similar for a woman who suffered epilepsy, and who was concerned about the pram running away down the hills in Stroud if she became unaware or fell over.
To stop the pram running away from our client we simply tied the woman to the chair with a 2m cord attached to the axle, and an easy clip to a wrist band. So she walked around attached all the while, and confident that the pram would only roll a metre or so if she fell over.
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