A SINGLE mother claims that her community destroyed their little daughter's 600-pound buggy after allegedly reporting it as a fire hazard.
Georgia Mosley, 21, from Derby, said she was home with children Preston, two and Maisey, six months after the stroller was removed from a common area in their block of flats.
Georgia lives in a two-bedroom upstairs apartment and noticed that her Silver Cross Wayfarer stroller was missing when she took Preston to kindergarten.
The Derby City Council confirmed that they were investigating the matter, but said that they operated a "clear municipal area" policy.
The buggy had been stowed in an electric room on the ground floor.
Speaking to the Derby Telegraph, Miss Mosley said, "When I found out it was gone, I just cried, I have no other way to get my Maisey out.
"I went downstairs to look at the security camera in the store and saw someone on the council taking it away, just crying and I can not do anything without that stroller.
"I can not drive the stroller up and down the stairs with my kids, I've been trying for ages to get some sort of storage.
"I know that a lot of people will say 'just get another one', but I can not afford it and it took me so long to save for it."
The stroller was purchased in August while Georgia was pregnant with Maisey at week 16. She says she saved months to buy it.
Miss Mosley stowed her stroller in an electric room on the ground floor, unable to bring the stroller and her children upstairs to their apartment.
Georgia contacted Derby City Council Monday and claimed that she was told that her stroller had been taken away as it was a "fire risk".
The full-time mum says that she also heard from the council that her stroller had been destroyed since then and that there was no chance of getting him back.
The young mother says that she had to keep her children at home because they took her to kindergarten the whole week because of her situation.
Georgia has now complained to the city council, but says she has "no idea" whether she will get a replacement or not.
For almost three years, she has moved into the apartment and is trying to fight for her pram.
The 21-year-old said she has been struggling to move into a larger house for nearly a year for lack of space and space.
She even wrote to Labor MEP Chris Williamson to solve the problem.
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A spokesman for Derby City Council said, "We received this issue as a complaint and investigated it in accordance with our complaint policy.
"In the interests of health and safety, Derby Homes operates a clear local policy to reduce the risk of people being disabled in emergency evacuation."
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