Police divers find body of passenger after car plunges off ferry slipway into river and is submerged for 30 minutesPolice confirm body was recovered when car raised from the waterReports say male driver escaped but female passenger did notFerry service has been temporarily suspended By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 18:08 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 20 March 2013 A pensioner has died after a car rolled into a river while waiting to board a ferry in Cornwall. The vehicle plunged into the River Fal at the slipway to the King Harry Ferry across the River Fal near Truro at around 4pm.
Brave Prince William 'flies in 50mph winds with RAF crew' in attempt to rescue man who was blown into sea while walking the dogPrince William joined rescue operation from RAF Valley, AngleseyThe Duke flew Sea King helicopter in search for man swept off Blackpool pierPrince William was on a 24-hour 'readiness state' shift on New Year's Eve By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 01:56 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 2 January 2013 While the world celebrated the coming of a new year, Prince William did his duty as a rescue pilot, braving force eight gale winds to join the search for a man swept off a pier in Blackpool. The Duke of Cambridge and three fellow Sea King crew members flew in from RAF Valley on Anglesey, North Wales to aid in the rescue operation to find a 41-year-old dog-walker who had been sent into the icy water by a wave.
Mother and three children recovering in hospital after getting hypothermia as they tried to rescue pet dogsCoastguard found family on beach suffering from exposure to cold waterNavy helicopter airlifts the mother and children to Royal Cornwall Hospital | UPDATED: 00:24 GMT, 25 December 2012 A mother and her three children are recovering in hospital from hypothermia after getting into trouble while trying to rescue their pet dogs from the sea. Coastguards said two brothers, aged nine and 14, had gone into the sea at Carlyon Bay, St Austell, yesterday afternoon to rescue their dogs. The boys were overcome by the sea conditions and their 16-year-old sister and mother then went into the water to save them
Air-born! Helicopter crew deliver baby at 1,000ft after mother can't get to hospital in time from remote home on Britain's most northerly isle Woman airlifted from Unst and going to nearest maternity ward in Shetland But coastguard air crew delivered baby at 06:30, 10 minutes before landing Mother is doing well along with baby, delivered by a winchman paramedic By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 11 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:29 GMT, 11 December 2012 A helicopter crew today delivered a baby at 1,000ft after the mother-to-be did not make it to hospital in time from her remote home on Britain's most northerly isle. The woman was airlifted from Unst, Scotland, and was on her way to the nearest maternity ward in Shetland when the coastguard air crew realised they would have to play midwives themselves
Britain accuses Argentina of 'strangling' Falklands economy by harassing cruise ships near the islands | UPDATED: 03:03 GMT, 9 December 2012 Britain has accused the Argentine government of being responsible for escalating tensions in the Falklands. Four cruise lines recently cancelled scheduled visits to the islands following intimidation from Left-wing groups and unions