Pictured for the first time: Innocent schoolgirl, 13, killed after her parent"s car was struck by fleeing driver during police pursuit

Pictured for the first time: Innocent schoolgirl, 13, killed after her parent's car was struck by fleeing driver during police pursuit Wiktoria Was died following the crash in New Cross, south-east LondonShe was a Year 9 pupil at Goffs School in Cheshunt, HertfordshireDevon Newell, 32, appeared in court today accused of causing her death No plea was entered and Newell was remanded in custody By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 13:56 GMT, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:04 GMT, 8 January 2013 Awful: Wiktoria Was died in the crash on Sunday evening in New Cross, south-east London, while travelling with her parents and brother This is the first picture of the talented 13-year-old dancer killed in a horrific crash after a police car was involved in a high-speed pursuit of another vehicle.

"You"re the most hopeless criminal I"ve ever met": Kidnap victim gives captor a piece of her mind before escaping after 10 minutes

'You're the most hopeless criminal I've ever met': Kidnap victim gives captor a piece of her mind before escaping after 10 minutesJanice, 64, was snatched from her home Lymington, New Forest, Hants, by a male armed robber But he took her back home after admitting the kidnapping wasn't going wellRobber apologised before fleeing with her car and 100 in cash | UPDATED: 14:35 GMT, 23 December 2012 A pensioner kidnapped at gunpoint was released just ten minutes later after telling her attacker he was the “most hopeless criminal” she had ever met.

M60 crash: Grandmother, 53, left lying in motorway fast lane for an hour waiting for ambulance

Grandmother, 53, left lying in motorway fast lane for an hour waiting for ambulance to take her to hospital after car crash Jan Arbabi and husband Ramin crashed on the M60 in Greater ManchesterRamin could only pull his wife from the wreckage into the fast laneAn ambulance was called but had no spinal board to move Mrs Arbabi She lay in the road for nearly an hour before being moved to hospital | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 19 December 2012 An injured grandmother lay drifting in and out of consciousness on a freezing motorway fast lane for nearly an hour waiting to be taken to hospital following an horrific car crash. Jan Arbabi, 53, was pulled from the wreckage by her husband Ramin after the couple's Peugeot 207 span into the central reservation, flipped over and rolled on the M60 in Greater Manchester