Rush-hour horror as man turns himself into a "walking fireball" in front of motorists

Rush-hour horror as man turns himself into a 'walking fireball' in front of motorists | UPDATED: 12:26 GMT, 29 December 2012 Rush-hour drivers watched in horror as a man turned himself into a human fireball in front of them, it emerged today. The man, in his 40s, was a 'walking fireball' and 'head-to-toe' in flames after dousing himself in petrol.

Misery in A&E: Tens of thousands left waiting in corridors or even ambulances for hours before they get a bed

Misery in A&E: Tens of thousands left waiting in corridors or even ambulances for hours before they get a bedHealth experts say sufferers are 'warehoused' in hospitals Some are kept in ambulances to massage waiting time figuresAdmissions have soared and the health service is struggling to cope, say health professionals PUBLISHED: 01:17 GMT, 27 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:17 GMT, 27 December 2012 Tens of thousands of patients are being kept on trolleys or in ambulances because there are not enough hospital beds. Some are ‘warehoused’ in corridors or side rooms for up to 12 hours before being taken to a ward. Others are parked outside in ambulances for up to 30 minutes until they are allowed to be admitted.

Bethany Adcock, 14, died in front of friend after sniffing aerosols from deodorant can

Schoolgirl, 14, died in front of friend after sniffing aerosols from deodorant can for half an hour in deadly craze at her school Bethany Adcock, 14, of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, died in her bedroomSheffield United FC player had been taught how to sniff aerosols by friend Father recalls 'harrowing call' from Bethany's friend when she collapsedSix girls were trying craze at Meadowhead School when death happened | UPDATED: 11:09 GMT, 14 December 2012 Tragic: Bethany Adcock, 14, of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, was one of six girls at Meadowhead School experimenting with the sniffing craze A 14-year-old schoolgirl died after inhaling fumes from a deodorant can in front of a friend in her room as she tried to get high, an inquest heard.