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Man suffers serious stab wound

The attack happened in Camps Road Credit: ITV Anglia

Detectives are investigating after a man was stabbed in Haverhill. Police were called at 12.30am this morning (Saturday, April 25) after the 35-year-old victim was found in Camps Road. The victim was attacked in the High Street by a group of three males and a female. He then walked from the High Street to Camps Road, where he collapsed. The man's in Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, where he has undergone surgery for a wound to the stomach. He is in a stable condition. Police have cordoned off an area of the High Street and Camps Road. Anyone with information is asked to call Bury St Edmunds CID on 101.

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Engineers admit that they may never know what caused Northampton hole

The hole appeared in Earl Street on Thursday afternoon.

Engineers trying to repair a large hole that has appeared in Northampton town centre say that they may never know what caused it.

The hole opened up on Earl Street on Thursday afternoon.

It's about eight foot wide and fifteen foot deep.

Anglian Water, who are working on the hole, say that they are hoping that the road will be opened again by the end of next week.

"We are no closer to knowing what caused it and we may never know.

Movement in the ground can cause pipes to burst, so this may have been the trigger, or vice versa.

With the water washing away the ‘evidence’ it can be hard to tell. Suffice to say our priority is returning things to normal for customers and road users, and we’re sorry for any inconvenience."

– Emma Staples, Anglian Water

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Apple thrown at van cracks windscreen on A11

Officers are appealing for information after a van windscreen was damaged on the A11 at Wymondham in Norfolk.

It happened around 5.10pm on Monday 13 April as the white VW Caddy van travelled southbound close to the Hethel and Wymondham turn off.

The police say an unknown person or persons are believed to have been seen throwing apples at the traffic from the side of the road causing the van's windscreen to crack.

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