Police on the scene of a bus crash in Northamptonshire have published these photographs showing the overturned vehicle in the middle of the road.
Posting on Twitter, the cross-border police team, made up of officers from Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire as well as Northamptonshire, said a total of three air ambulances had landed at the scene at Cotterstock Road.
One took an injured person - believed to be the driver of the car involved in the crash - to hospital.
Police confirmed all children had been accounted for and none had suffered serious injuries.
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A 24-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a pensioner in Chelmsford.
Michael McDonald of Tennyson Road, will appear before magistrates today. He was charged last night following four days in custody.
Brian Hurry, 78, was found dead at his home in Bramwoods Road on Saturday, June 18.
A post-mortem examination found a provisional cause of death as head injuries caused by blunt force trauma.
Police investigating a rape in Suffolk are putting on extra patrols to reassure people.
A woman was assaulted close to Knappers Way in Brandon in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Officers say "significant resources" are being used to try to identify the attacker.
He is described as bald or with a shaven head, white, and in his 20s or 30s, with an eastern European accent and a crooked nose consistent with it having been broken.
"I cannot stress how important it is for anyone who was in the area between the hours of 12am and 3am on Sunday morning - or who saw a man matching this description in the area that night - to come forward.
"Any piece of information, however small it may seem, could be crucial in helping us to identify the suspect."
For the next month police will be out in force on Norfolk and Suffolk roads looking for motorists who drink and drive.
They say the warmer weather means more people are in pub gardens and lighting barbecues - and that increases the risk of drivers getting behind the wheel while under the influence.
Last year almost 200 motorists were caught drink driving in Norfolk and Suffolk while 26 drivers failed roadside drug tests.
In total 194 motorists provided positive breath tests, 78 in Norfolk and 116 in Suffolk, with three people in Norfolk and 23 in Suffolk failing roadside drug tests.
Two men who violently attacked a group as they celebrated a baby's first birthday have been jailed.
Zane Harrison, 21, and Danny Armstrong, 24, both pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm and were given prison sentences of four years eight months and three years respectively.
The four victims had been at a first birthday party at Great Northern Street in Huntingdon in August last year when they went outside for a cigarette.
Harrison, of Dunnock Way, St Ives, and Armstrong, of Bernard Road, Brampton, approached them and launched an unprovoked attack with a wooden bat.
The men were left injuries including fractures to the eye socket and jaw.
A man in his 80s has died after his car crashed with a minibus in west Norfolk this morning.
It happened just after 8am on Station Road in Great Massingham, between Fakenham and King's Lynn.
The driver of a Vauxhall Corsa was pronounced dead at the scene. No one else was injured.
A man has been charged in connection with two sexual assaults in Bedfordshire.
Boubakar Diallo, 34, of Costin Street in Bedford, appeared before Luton magistrates earlier this week and was remanded in custody.
The charges relate to two assaults against women in Kempston on Tuesday May 24 and Sunday May 29.
Police would like to speak to these men in connection with a robbery in Peterborough.
They were captured on CCTV around the time that four men had demanded a driver sitting in his car at Wheatdole, Orton Goldhay, hand over money to them and assaulted him.
The victim had been using his mobile phone at about 3pm on May 13 when the men approached and opened the door. He got out of the silver Honda Civic and was assaulted again before the robbers drove off in his car.
Cambridgeshire Police said the attack was unprovoked and would like to speak to anyone who recognises these two men.