Care home worker, 34, arrested on suspicion of killing 73-year-old resident a year ago with 'one fatal blow' Man, 34, also arrested in relation to another assault on a resident last weekFather-of-two Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries last AprilPossibly caused by one fatal blow at private nursing home in ManchesterAdmitted to hospital after being found by other staff but died a day later By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 10:17 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:04 GMT, 27 March 2013 Death: Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries, possibly caused by just one fatal blow A care home worker was today arrested on suspicion of murdering a 73-year-old resident. Father-of-two Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries, possibly caused by just one fatal blow, at the private Victoria Nursing Home in Rusholme, Greater Manchester, last April. He was admitted to hospital after being found by other care home staff, but he died a day later.
Father's fury after 'sad face' emoticon in police e-mail appears to show officer's 'disappointment' that his daughter survived car crashDarren Thomas was 'absolutely distraught' when he saw the internal emailAs daughter Laura lay in a coma, investigating officer wrote: 'It looks like the driver will pull through, so no fatal for me to deal with yet :('He discovered email through Freedom of Information request Humberside Police officer since apologised for any offence causedShe said sad face referred to not 'fulfilling my professional development' By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 15:23 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 20 March 2013 A father was 'absolutely distraught' after a police officer appeared 'disappointed' that his daughter did not die in a car crash. Laura Thomas suffered a fractured skull, three broken bones in her neck and back and three brain bleeds after she lost control of her car. As she lay in a coma in hospital, a PC investigating the crash sent an internal email to another officer from the vehicle investigation branch.
'Mum am I still cute' What three-year-old boy asked after he was left with fractured eye socket and face wound in dog attack Trafford-James Jackson-Poole was attacked in Newbold, DerbyshireHe had been at a village pub with family when he was mauledMother Gemma Jackson has called for the Japanese Akita to be destroyedThe three-year-old could be scarred for life following the incident /06/12/article-2158220-1392FB25000005DC-547_634x432.jpg” width=”634″ height=”432″ alt=”Japanese Akitas, which can weigh up to nine stone, are not classified as dangerous under the Dangerous Dogs Act, but there have been several recent cases of them attacking people” class=”blkBorder” /> Attack: Japanese Akita dogs can grow to weigh more than nine stone but are not considered dangerous under the Dangerous Dogs Act The pub refused to comment. Marston's, the brewery which owns the Nag's Head, said: 'This matter is currently in the hands of the police.' Japanese Akita's are powerful dogs that can grow to weigh more than nine stone. They are not included in the Dangerous Dogs Act, but there has been several attacks by the breed.
Frail pensioner, 72, who was moved to care home for her own safety died after cracking six ribs in a game of football Rose Medlock developed pneumonia after the rib injury aggravated a lung conditionShe had been playing sit down football at Beechwood Gardens residential care home in Earlsdon, West Midlands, when she fellHusband John, 85, said his wife would still be alive if she had been at home with him Inquest recorded verdict of accidental death caused by bronchial pneumonia, fractured ribs and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.