Boy, 10, seriously hurt after he is hit by ambulance answering 999 call Hit by South Western Ambulance Service vehicle on London Road, BathSuffered 'significant' head injuries and taken to Royal United HospitalAmbulance bosses on their way Bath and have offered to meet family By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:02 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:05 GMT, 7 March 2013 A boy has been seriously injured after being hit by an ambulance as it answered a 999 call.
The sun's out… but spring hasn't sprung: Temperatures to fall again by end of the week (and snow could make a comeback)Kinlochewe in the Scottish Highlands saw temperatures of 13.4C yesterday South East and East Anglia could see snow flurries by the end of the week By John Stevens PUBLISHED: 01:19 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:18 GMT, 18 February 2013 Britain enjoyed an early taste of spring yesterday as the country basked in sunshine and some ventured out for the first time this year without a coat. Just days after snow brought disruption to parts of the country, temperatures jumped into double figures.
Snow warning as winter bites again: Temperatures will plummet to -4C tonight Snow set to hit North East, East Anglia and Scotland today Temperatures plunge as low as -4C as freezing weather returns By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:07 GMT, 2 February 2013 If thought winter was petering out this week, you may be in for a chilly shock. Parts of Britain enjoyed temperatures of up to 14C (57F) this week – a welcome reprieve after January’s heavy snowfall brought the country to a halt. But last night snow returned to northern England and Scotland – and forecasters say more is on the way
Snow to return across Britain this weekend with temperatures falling as low as -6CSnow set to hit North East, East Anglia and Scotland today and tomorrowTemperatures plunge as low as -6C (21F) as freezing weather returns By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:50 GMT, 1 February 2013 Britain may have only just recovered from last month's Big Freeze, but more cold weather and snow are on the way today.
Even a big cat can't resist a snowball fight! Daseep the Sumatran tiger gets her claws out in game with keepers The two-year-old tried catching the snowballs with her mouth and paws She did not want to stay in her heated pen but explore her first deep snow Staff at Dudley Zoological Gardens have used sledges to transport bedding and food to its 1,300 animals after inches of snow fell in recent days By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 19:04 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:03 GMT, 24 January 2013 She may originally hail from the tropical rainforests of Indonesia but that did not stop tigress Daseep getting stuck into a snowball fight. Instead of waiting for room service in her heated enclosure, the two-year-old Sumatran tiger wanted to explore the first deep snow she had seen. Keepers at Dudley Zoological Gardens kept her entertained by playing the unusual game of catch.
At least it's a white Christmas somewhere in Britain: 3-year-old gets ten tonnes of 'fresh' snow delivered to his front garden after winning prize draw | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 25 December 2012 The possibility of a white Christmas for most Brits seems to be ruled out but for one lucky 3-year-old it is guaranteed. Kelvin Kirkwood was treated to a 'snow fall' on Christmas Eve morning after his mother entered him into a competition at the local indoor snowsports centre. Ten tonnes of 'fresh snow' was dropped off in the family's front garden after Kelvin was entered into an online prize draw by his mother.
Instant fog, Russian style: YouTube video shows man make a pot of boiling water disappear… by pouring it from his balconyThe contents of the pot evaporates before it can even reach the groundWeather report shows outside temperatures at -41C | UPDATED: 12:54 GMT, 18 December 2012 An incredible video shows a Russian man making instant fog – by throwing a pot of boiling water from his balcony.
Makes your heart melt, doesn't it: Playful polar bears have fun with mum as they frolic in the snow | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 11 December 2012 It’s fun playing in the snow.
MINUS 20C Britain faces coldest winter for 100 years, warn forecasters as Big Freeze follows floodTemperatures to plummet to minus 3C this week and could fall as low as 20C in December Fears that snow blizzards could close roads and shut down rail networks as winter takes hold But torrential rain which has deluged country and swamped St Asaph in North Wales will finally ease | UPDATED: 11:11 GMT, 28 November 2012 Britain will shiver tonight as temperatures plummet in the first taste of what promises to be one of our coldest winters for a century. The cold snap is expected to last until the end of the week, creating dangerous conditions on the roads and adding to the misery of those already battling floods
The 'frozen wave': Stunning 50ft blue ice monolith captured in the AntarcticDramatic images appear to show a frozen wave but the phenomenon is actually caused by compressed ice The ice appears blue because it absorbs light from the 'red end' of the spectrum and throws out the blue light | UPDATED: 19:07 GMT, 26 November 2012 At first glance these beautiful images from the Antarctic appear to show 50-ft tall waves that have been instantly frozen as they break. Some people have posted the pictures online, taken by scientist Tony Travouillon at Dumont D'Urville, with a description claiming they are a tsunami wave which was frozen.