A hard-hitting road safety video showing footage of a fatal motorbike collision in Norfolk has received a top motor industry award.
The family of David Holmes gave police permission to upload the footage to the internet to make people think about road safety.
It shows a car crossing into his path as he travelled at high speed from King's Lynn on the A47.
'David's story' attracted worldwide attention, receiving more than one million views within 24 hours of its release.
"The courage of Brenda Holmes, supported by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, in releasing a harrowing video that included the shocking moment when her son, David, was killed on his beloved motorcycle, has undoubtedly saved lives, and seen some good come from this terrible accident."
The award was presented to David's mother Brenda and Chief Inspector Chris Spinks, head of roads policing in Norfolk and Suffolk.
"Although we know the video been widely viewed we cannot measure how successful it has been in terms of casualty reduction and for me this award shows that it has been of some value. I would also like to thank Chris and the team who produced the video for their efforts in this campaign.”
The Queen has arrived for her annual Christmas holiday at Sandringham in Norfolk by joining rail commuters on the 12.21 train into King's Lynn.
The Great Northern train left King's Cross in London at 10.44am.
It's a regular annual journey for the Queen as the Royal family gather for the festivities on their Norfolk estate.
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A man has survived after falling 40ft off a cliff on the north Norfolk Coast.
The 49-year-old from King's Lynn managed to call 999 after slipping from a footpath off Golf Course Road in Old Hunstanton at about midnight last night.
He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn where he was treated for a suspected broken arm, cut and bruises.
Residents evacuated close to an industrial unit in King's Lynn after a fire broke out are returning to their homes.
Officers were called to a property in Hamburg Way at 3pm to reports of a fire.
Following concerns over gas canisters in the property 16 homes in Nuthall Crescent were evacuated as a safety precaution and people living in the Somersby Close and Whisson Close were advised to stay indoors.
Officers have confirmed the fire has now been put out.
Staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn are to go on strike in a row over pay.
Unison members, including nurses, porters and admin workers, will walk out for four hours on Monday.
The action will be followed by four days of 'working to rule' where employees stick to their contracted hours and take their breaks.
Two assaults, a robbery and two attempted muggings which happened in King's Lynn on Saturday night are being linked by police. Detectives believe the same group are responsible for the attacks in around The Walks area of the town - which saw victims punched and kicked before being mugged. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
Police are appealing for help in identifying a man and woman they would like to speak to in connection with the theft of a handbag in Kings Lynn.
It happened at the McDonalds on the High Street between 2pm and 2.20pm on Monday 27 October.
A young girl left her red handbag, containing a black iPod and purse, under a table.
Anyone with information can contact PC Michael Futter at Kings Lynn Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on0800 555 111.
Cash, laptops and other expensive items have been stolen during a series of break-ins at East Coast Business Park in King's Lynn.
At around 10pm on Friday 24 October offenders forced entry into four business units on the park and stole a number of high value items.
Police believe the burglaries could be linked and are appealing to anyone who may have seen anything suspicious.
"This was an organised series of break-ins in which high value items were taken. We are sure the offenders will have used a vehicle during this crime and it will have almost certainly been parked nearby, we are keen to speak to anyone who noticed a vehicle in the area around this time."