Leopard gets into a spot of bother… by falling down a well: Amazing rescue in IndiaLeopard saved after falling down a well on food hunt in northeast India By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 18:57 GMT, 5 April 2013 | UPDATED: 05:44 GMT, 6 April 2013 A young leopard found itself in a deep trouble, after it fell down a well in northeast India
Woman killed and two men injured after goods lorry ploughs into home sparking major rescue operation55-year-old woman who lived in ground floor flat has died60-year-old man and 54-year-old driver taken to hospital Incident happened in Fairlie, North Ayrshire, at 1.45pm todayResources drafted in from across the west of Scotland By James Rush PUBLISHED: 17:24 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 19:03 GMT, 14 February 2013 A 55-year-old woman has died after a large goods vehicle ploughed into a house, Strathclyde Police have said. Police were called to Main Road in Fairlie, North Ayrshire, shortly before 2pm following reports of a lorry crashing into a house. A 55-year-old woman who lived in one of the ground floor flats, in the two-up, two-down property, died at the scene
Father, 42, on the school run dies as his AND his wife's cars both plunge off same icy road into pond within minutes of each otherDavid and Ruth Cox were driving children to separate schoolsMrs Cox and son Ioan, nine, and Tess, 11, swam to safetyMr Cox said to have been unconscious in front of his blue Toyota AygoNeighbours and Mrs Cox frantically fought to save him from icy waters He was driving along a path near the Monsal Trail, north of the A6 in Derbyshire, when their car veered off the path and into the River Wye By Andy Dolan PUBLISHED: 18:21 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:10 GMT, 25 January 2013 A man died yesterday as his wife battled to save him when both their cars skidded off a bridlepath into an icy river. David and Ruth Cox were driving their children to separate schools when their vehicles flipped over and plunged into the water moments apart.
Eight passengers injured in M3 coach crash after driver lost consciousness at the wheel Hampshire Police said driver 'became unwell and lost consciousness'Coach overturned into the verge on the side of the motorway Accident happened southbound one mile from Fleet services in HampshireNo passengers thought to have been seriously hurt in crash at 6pm By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 19:44 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 04:29 GMT, 7 January 2013 The driver of a coach that overturned on the motorway yesterday lost consciousness at the wheel, police said.
Brave Prince William 'flies in 50mph winds with RAF crew' in attempt to rescue man who was blown into sea while walking the dogPrince William joined rescue operation from RAF Valley, AngleseyThe Duke flew Sea King helicopter in search for man swept off Blackpool pierPrince William was on a 24-hour 'readiness state' shift on New Year's Eve By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 01:56 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 2 January 2013 While the world celebrated the coming of a new year, Prince William did his duty as a rescue pilot, braving force eight gale winds to join the search for a man swept off a pier in Blackpool. The Duke of Cambridge and three fellow Sea King crew members flew in from RAF Valley on Anglesey, North Wales to aid in the rescue operation to find a 41-year-old dog-walker who had been sent into the icy water by a wave.
Landslide alert for walkers as deluge mayhem mounts and six weeks of rain is expected to fall before the New Year Flooding expected across Britain, with 394 warnings and alerts out Boxing Day walkers warned of landslides on coastlines and rail tracks The South West, Midlands and Anglia at biggest risk from floods Seven inches to fall by Saturday on already saturated ground | UPDATED: 00:20 GMT, 27 December 2012 Walkers and holidaymakers were warned of a risk of landslides yesterday as the wet weather was forecast to continue into the new year. With many areas already saturated, the prospect of more heavy showers means there may be further flooding in the next week
Hope fades for sailor after his boat capsized in harbour sparking huge sea search Major rescue operation launched in Poole Harbour, Dorset this morningTwo men found clinging to capsized boat and taken to hospital'Intensive search' for missing third man called off this afternoon | UPDATED: 16:46 GMT, 23 December 2012 Fears have grown for a man missing since his boat capsized today after an 'intensive' search operation was called off. The alarm was raised shortly before 11am when two people were found clinging to the upturned boat in Poole Harbour, Dorset.
Dramatic pictures capture rescuers plucking 13 survivors from freezing waters after North Sea ship collision… but hope fades for six crew still missing The Baltic Ace car carrier sank after it collided with the Corvus J container ship off the coast of Rotterdam on Wednesday nightRescuers managed to lift 13 sailors to safety – six are still missingCoastguard is now reported to have called off the rescue operation Five bodies have been recovered following the crash off the Dutch coastCause of the collision is under investigation, but the manager of the Baltic Ace said today that human error was 'probably' to blame | UPDATED: 18:57 GMT, 6 December 2012 These infra-red pictures capture the dramatic scenes as 13 sailors were rescued from the icy waters of the North Sea after the Baltic Ace cargo ship collided with another vessel off the Dutch coast.
More than 230 people killed by Typhoon Bopha as gusts of 93mph batter the southern PhilippinesCentral winds of 75mph and gusts of up to 93mph hit the affected areas Destroyed homes, caused landslides and killed hundreds Rescuers have reached most areas, but have found it hard to reach some isolated communities | UPDATED: 18:15 GMT, 5 December 2012 The death toll from a powerful storm battering the southern Philippines has risen to more than 230, with hundreds missing in landslides and floodwaters, as Typhoon Bopha continues its destructive path across the island nation. Tens of thousands of people were left homeless after gusts of up to 150kph (93mph), battered the large southern island of Mindanao. Government spokeswoman Fe Maestre said at least 151 people died in the worst-hit province of Compostela Valley
We've made it! Relief for 27 immigrants rescued by Spanish Coast Guard as they sailed toy dinghies across Strait of Gibraltar Migrants began to swim towards Spanish Coast Guard when they realised a boat from Morocco was also coming to rescue them | UPDATED: 17:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Relief etched on their face, these African immigrants say goodbye to their inflatable dinghy, and hello to the reassuring sturdiness of the a Coast Guard boat. Spanish officials say Coast Guard vessels from southern Spain and Morocco have rescued 27 migrants on four inflatable dinghies in the Strait of Gibraltar in the last 24 hours.