Musician Andy Banks drowned after he became trapped in a drain as he tried to retrieve his car keys on New Years Day

Musician, 49, drowned after he became trapped in a drain as he tried to retrieve his car keys on New Years Day Andy Banks, 49, became trapped in a drain while attempting to fetch his keys Fire fighters spent 40 minutes trying to rescue Mr Banks before he was pronounced deadMr Banks had spent the hours drinking with friends in a nearby bar By Conor Sheils PUBLISHED: 15:30 GMT, 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 11 April 2013 An inquest recorded a verdict of accidental death after Andy Banks died when he became trapped in a drain on New Years Day A musician drowned after he became trapped in a drain while trying to retrieve his car keys, an inquest has heard.

Railway fanatic "crushed to death after steam train slipped into wrong gear and trapped him between carriages"

Railway fanatic 'crushed to death after steam train slipped into wrong gear and trapped him between carriages' Robert Lund, 65, crushed while working on North Yorkshire Moors Railway Retired police officer standing behind train that took off in wrong directionPathologist said that he died of 'extreme' injuries to chest and abdomen By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 19:20 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 31 January 2013 A steam train enthusiast was crushed to death when a train took off in the wrong direction while he was standing behind it, trapping him between two carriages. Retired police officer Robert Lund, 65, died almost instantly from 'extreme' chest and abdominal injuries, an inquest heard today. He had been helping a fellow volunteer uncouple carriages at Grosmont station, when he signalled for the driver to take off.

Jacintha Saldanha: Hoax call radio station presenters and bosses moved into safehouses

'There are bullets with your name on': Radio station bosses behind royal nurse hoax call hire round-the-clock guards and staff are moved into safe-houses Michael Christian told there are 'bullets out there with your name on'Senior managers of 2Day FM's parent company given 24-hour protectionA dozen members of staff have been moved into hotelsLetter believed to come from South Australia | UPDATED: 17:29 GMT, 13 December 2012 Michael Christian has been mentioned specifically in one threat that includes mention of a shotgun Staff at the radio station behind the hoax call to the Duchess of Cambridge's hospital have been forced into safe houses, it has been revealed. Managers at Southern Cross Austereo – the parent company of 2Day FM – have recruited 24-bodyguards for their protection and police are investigation death threats. One of the threats arrived yesterday is alleged to specifically target DJ Michael Christian saying there are 'bullets out there with your name on' and further threats involving a shotgun.

Pensioner, 94, hanged herself at care home over fears she would be moved to dementia ward

Pensioner, 94, hanged herself at care home over fears she would be moved to dementia ward Emily Davis, 94, was found dead at her care home in Bacup, Lancashire | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 30 November 2012 A 94-year-old became so paranoid about the staff at her care home that she hanged herself, a coroner has heard. Emily Davis, believed that she was going to be moved to a dementia ward in the Olive House home for the elderly in Bacup, Lancashire, or kicked out of the home altogether despite reassurances from her son, Trevor. Mrs David was found dead in her room at the home in July this year, four years after a previous apparent suicide attempt in 2008.