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.
Boarding school teenager left note saying 'I'm sorry' then hanged herself over move out of LondonMillicent Waddell, 16, had left London to live in Somerset with her motherBoarding school pupil was 'angry with her situation', inquest heard'No prior indication' teen would harm herself, coroner said PUBLISHED: 21:11 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:36 GMT, 7 February 2013 'I'm sorry': Millicent Waddell had wanted to stay in London, an inquest heard A boarding school pupil hanged herself in her bathroom at home after leaving a note that simply said: 'I'm sorry', an inquest heard today Tragic Millicent Waddell, 16, locked herself in the bathroom of her mother's 400,000 home before taking her own life. Her horrified mum, Louisa-Kate Foster, discovered her body after breaking into the room when her daughter failed to respond to her knocking on the door
Wiped out by a raging river: 3,000-year-old bridge known as the Devil's sunbathing spot is washed away as 2012 comes to a very wet close Bridge swept away by raging river, after trees carried in flood snap cablesAncient construction in Exmoor, Somerset, could date back to 1000 B.C. It has 17 giant slabs – largest being 8ft long and 5ft wide – spanning 180ft | UPDATED: 15:12 GMT, 1 January 2013 A stone bridge reputed to be 3,000 years old was swept away as flooding continued to bring chaos to parts of Britain yesterday
Wiped out by a raging river: 3,000-year-old bridge known as the Devil's sunbathing spot is washed away as 2012 comes to a very wet close Bridge swept away by raging river, after trees carried in flood snap cablesAncient construction in Exmoor, Somerset, could date back to 1000 B.C.
Lightning strike sparks devastating blaze at school just three years after 12m refit is completed following arson attack Members of the public dialled 999 when they spotted flames at 7am More than 60 firefighters were still trying to tackle the blaze at 5pmSchool burned twelve years ago after an arsonist targeted a science lab | UPDATED: 17:37 GMT, 27 December 2012 A bolt of lightning is understood to have sparked a devastating fire which destroyed large parts of school today, just three years after it had undergone a 12million refit following an arson attack in 2000.
Pensioner, 72, dragged to her death by taxi after shopping bag became stuck in door as driver pulled away Maureen Harrison, 72, was dragged 10 feet along the road The widow suffered a fractured skull, pelvis, collarbone, spine, and ribsShe died in hospital five days later from a bleed in her brain – the day after her 72nd birthday | UPDATED: 15:40 GMT, 4 December 2012 A pensioner was dragged to her death when her shopping bag became trapped in a taxi door as it drove off, an inquest heard. Maureen Harrison, 72, was pulled 10 feet along the road outside her home in Bristol by the vehicle after she accidentally shut the holdall in the door.
The 'amazing little princess' who can't see, walk, talk or feed herself – but stole the hearts of the X Factor audience with her smile Tilly-May has a condition that means her brain didn't form properly. She is blind and has cerebral palsy and epilepsyDoctors don't expect her to survive childhoodThe family were offered a lifeline by Jessie May nurses, who give them respite one day a weekThey also helped mother Jenny cope with the knowledge Tilly-May will die early | UPDATED: 18:01 GMT, 3 December 2012 The three finalists of The X Factor were chosen yesterday in another night of inflated egos and musical melodrama
Christmas mad DJ turns home into 20,000 winter wonderland featuring 60,000 lights and its own festive radio station | UPDATED: 14:22 GMT, 29 November 2012 A festive fanatic has spent more than 20,000 transforming his home into the ultimate winter wonderland with 60,000 lights which flash in time to his own radio station. Paul Toole, 37, puts on a seasonal spectacular every year, attracting global attention for his efforts. He has even enlisted Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis to switch on the lights this year at the official opening.
Mother condemns council for removing shrine to her murdered daughter after receiving a single complaint describing it as 'litter' | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 29 November 2012 A mother condemned a callous council today which removed a shrine to her murdered daughter, because of one complaint describing it as ‘litter’. Three people, including her boyfriend, were charged with murder after the body of 23-year-old Catherine Wells-Burr was found in her burned out car dumped in a layby. But tributes left at the scene by family and friends were bagged-up by a council cleanup crew after one person complained that it frightened a horse
A bitter aftertaste! Stoat kills rabbit twice its size after 20 minute fight only for a fox to snatch the prey | UPDATED: 18:19 GMT, 28 November 2012 This unlucky stoat fought hard to kill a rabbit more than twice its size only to watch helplessly as its meal was stolen – by a typically wiley fox. The small animal battled with the much larger foe for 20 minutes before it gave in, only for a hungry fox to nonchalantly stroll out of the brush and take the spoils. Wildlife photographer Robin Morrison captured the struggle between the three wild creatures as he was walking through a wood near Ilminster, Somerset.