milk float


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milk float

Brit a small motor vehicle used to deliver milk to houses
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The family-owned dairy has delivered milk on its traditional milk floats to neighbourhoods in Liverpool and surrounding areas since the 1920s.
Last month police chased another stolen milk float through Birmingham city centre in the early hours.
Prosecutor Gareth McMahon said: "A police officer had been called after reports that the milk float had been involved in a possible collision at around 1am.
He also made headlines when he painted his milk float gold to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
The 28-year-old driver of the milk float was interviewed by officers at the scene.
COPS last night named a 22-month-old girl who died after she was hit by a milk float.
So much so that whenever the milk float called into the Scammonden farm where he lives, he loved nothing better than to jump up on the back among the crates.
Brian Gallagher, 51, was spotted swerving his milk float around the streets of Cardiff.
Kevin Nightingale, eight, and a friend had climbed on to the back of a milk float parked in Marigold Way in South Shields on Friday evening.
This is the milk float on course to cream its competitors and collect a world record.
A TEENAGER was treated in hospital after he was hit by a milk float as he crossed the road.
AMs will be casting the first votes and enjoying cups of tea made for them by a GM-free milk float parked outside the Assembly building.