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THESE can best be identified by the terrified faces of the push-chair occupants who are about to be "assisted".
Lucy's mother Lisa screamed in horror as the van accelerated on to the kerb and ploughed into the push-chair.
Now, ordinary mums and dads around the globe are waking up to the benefits of the ultimate baby accessory, the jogger - an oddly-shaped push-chair.
Although Siona can walk she won't stay still for long so it was hard with the shopping, the push-chair and keeping an eye on her too,' said Victoria, who works for Lloyds TSB.
Anyone who has ever said a cheerful hello to a cabbie only to be greeted with stony silence, struggled with two kids and a push-chair while he swigs cola in the driver's seat, or sat through a 20-minute foul-mouthed tirade on the failings of his fellow road users, will heartily agree.
And one mother said she was forced to drink tea outside a cafe which refused to allow her push-chair inside.
I SAW a toddler in a push-chair who had pierced ears.
I have to use a wheel walker and many times have to wait a long time until I can get on a bus, due to push-chairs barring me from using it.
Puppet giraffes, birds and zebras were joined by protesters dressed as pandas and parents with their children in push-chairs.
10 single-decker nbus was packed with passengers and four push-chairs.
Parents rushed for cover, pushing children and push-chairs into shop doorways on the city's main high street.
The wire-mesh grilles at the mouth of the city's drainage creeks frequently fill with beer cans, shopping carts, car mufflers, push-chairs and dead animals.
The event, now in its 24th year, is open to everyone from runners and joggers to dog-walkers and parents with push-chairs.
This particular audience included a number of parents with push-chairs, disabled people with mobility difficulties including wheelchair and walking frame-users.