Norfolk crash sisters pictured as bridesmaids at mother"s wedding earlier this year

Sisters' bridesmaid joy before tragedy: Girls aged 7 and 10 killed in Christmas horror crash pictured at mother's wedding Jessica Portor, seven, and her sister Tmazin, 10, died in car crash near King's Lynn, NorfolkEarlier this year they had been bridesmaids at mother Lorraine's wedding | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 30 December 2012 Posing proudly in their bridesmaids dresses on one of the happiest days of their lives, this is the first picture of two sisters who were killed in an horrific crash over Christmas. Seven-year-old Jessica Portor and her sister Tamzin, ten, were passengers in a Ford Focus driven by their father’s new partner when it crashed into a ditch and rolled into a wooden gate on Thursday evening

The "crashproof" car that Volvo say could be on British roads within eight years

Volvo develops the 'no death' car: Vehicles which drive themselves and are totally crashproof could be on British roads in eight years Vehicle will be fitted with sensors that can detect potential collisions and take actionFirm claims 'nobody will be killed or injured in a new Volvo by 2020' | UPDATED: 07:45 GMT, 5 December 2012 Car giant Volvo is developing 'no death' cars that drive themselves and are impossible to crash – ready for launch in showrooms within eight years. The computerised vehicles will be fitted with high-tech sensors and will 'refuse to be steered' into other objects. Volvo says they will be on sale to customers by 2020, but that some of the life-saving technology will be incorporated into its vehicles even earlier – from 2014 – it says

Brave trucker hailed hero for leaping into cab of blazing lorry to move away from busy high street as its engulfed in flames

Moment hero trucker leaped into cab of blazing lorry to drive it clear of Christmas shoppers before it exploded into flamesHero driver jumped back into lorry as Christmas shoppers watched Video captures the moment flames break out as driver, named as Martin Ford, moves lorry to quieter street100,000 worth of furniture destroyed in blaze | UPDATED: 01:19 GMT, 1 December 2012 This is the dramatic moment a lorry driver leapt into his blazing truck and steered it away from a busy high street. Martin Ford risked his life to drive the burning vehicle away from hundreds of Christmas shoppers. Seconds after he pulled it into a quiet side street and got out, the whole lorry, including the cab, was engulfed in flames