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|28th August 2003||CONFUSION|
By JACK HITCH
OK-SO HITCH GOT HIS RIGHT ARM DISABLED FROM A ZULU BULLET WOUND AT RD. SO HOW COULD HE BECOME A CAB DRIVER. WASNT THERE SOME RULE THAT SAID YOU NEEDED TO HAVE FEELING IN THE BOTH ARMS? I WOULNDT THINK HE WOULD BE ABLE TO DRIVE 10 AND 2 WITH A LAME ARM. THAT MEANS NO CONTROL OVER THE WHEEL AND THEREFORE NOT A VERY SAFE CAB DRIVER. OR WAS HE A CABBIE FOR A HORSE CART. STILL NOT VERY SAFE. I KNOW I WOULDNT GO IN MY RELATIVES CABBIE CAR.
|28th August 2003||Martin Everett|
All I can say is that Frederick Hitch is held in high regard by The Fellowship of Hackney Carriage Drivers. The Fellowship still has 'The Hitch Award for Bravery' which can be awarded today.
|28th August 2003||MMMMMM|
You would do well to remember that this is not a medical website. He probably drove a Hackney Carriage (horse and cart). Also please cut out the capitals.