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Woman found in woods with serious burns in Harlow

She was found in a wooded area in Fesants Croft. Credit: Google Maps

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was found seriously injured in Harlow.

Officers were called shortly before 4.55pm on April 28 with reports the 30-year-old woman had been found in a wooded area in Fesants Croft.

She was taken to hospital with serious burns. Her injuries are described as life changing and she remains in a serious condition.

Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances of how she became injured.

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to contact Harlow Police Station on 101.

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Suffolk Police investigate 'unexplained' sudden death

Police investigate sudden death at a home in Bramford. Credit: PA Images

Police are investigating after the sudden death of a man at a home at The Street in Bramford.

Officers were called by a member of the public around 9.45am Thursday 28 April, reporting concerns for a man in his 50s who had failed to turn up for work.

Police carried out checks and went to his home address where the man was found dead.

His death is currently being treated as unexplained, pending a post mortem examination, and police have begun an investigation.

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IPCC launch investigation after man is seriously injured by electric shock

Grantham railway station where the man was injured. Credit: Google Earth

A police watchdog has launched an investigation after a Peterborough man was seriously injured after he was seriously injured by electric shock.

The 27-year-old had failed to stop for police in Grantham town centre. He made his way to the town's railway station and was injured on the tracks.

He suffered serious burns to his legs. He was taken to hospital in Nottingham by air ambulance and is said to be in a serious but stable condition.

The incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

Norfolk brothers to defend boxing belts this weekend

Norfolk brothers will both be defending their boxing titles this weekend Credit: ITV News Anglia

Norfolk's champion boxing brothers will try and make history tomorrow (30 April) when they both defend their belts on the same night.

Liam Walsh will be fighting to keep his super-featherweight title against Coventry's Troy James, while his twin Ryan will try to keep his featherweight title against Belfast's James Tennyson.

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