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Wisbech residents told to keep windows and doors closed following Ammonia leak

Members of the public in an area of Wisbech have been told to keep their windows and doors closed. Credit: PA

Members of the public in an area of Wisbech have been told to keep their windows and doors closed following an Ammonia leak.

Residents in Mount Pleasant Road have been urged to take the precaution.

Firefighters and an incident response unit were called to a leak at a site in the area earlier this morning.

Fire crews wearing gas tight suits are currently investigating, and people have been warned to avoid the area until further notice.

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Una Crown murder: Cambridgeshire Police appeal for witnesses

Una Crown was found dead in her home in January 213. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Police investigating the murder of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown say they're investigating several new leads.

Last week the investigation was re-launched and since then a number of new witnesses have come forward.

Now police want to identify several people who were seen in the area of Magazine Lane around the time she was killed on January 12, last year.

It is now 16 months since the 86-year-old was found dead in her home.

New information in hunt for killer

Police say they've already received new information in their hunt for the killer of a pensioner in Wisbech.

86 year old Una Crown was stabbed to death in her home at Wisbech in January last year.

16 months on detectives have relaunched their investigation with new house to house inquiries.

They're also revisiting witnesses. A ten thousand pound reward has been offered.

Officers have "worked tirelessly" for 16 months to find killer of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown

Police say a decision to re-launch the investigation into the murder of a Wisbech pensioner is not a criticism of officers' work so far.

Sixteen months after 86-year-old Una Crown was found stabbed to death and set alight in her home at Magazine Lane, the case remains unsolved and no-one has been charged over the killing.

Today, Cambridgeshire Police announced they were re-launching the investigation in the hope of uncovering new witnesses and information.

But the force said that should not be taken as criticism of the work done by police over the past 16 months and that officers had "worked tirelessly" to try to find Mrs Crown's killer.

Stuart Leithes reports.

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Goose making "amazing" recovery after being shot with a crossbow bolt

Staff at a wildlife centre say they're amazed by the recovery of a goose brought to them after being shot through the back with a crossbow bolt.

The domestic goose, named Achilles, was found near a village pond at Elm, near Wisbech. A number of other birds with more severe injuries had to be put down.

A new dad meets the doctor who saved his life as a boy a decade ago

A young father from Cambridgeshire has met the doctor who saved his life ten years after he was almost killed in a road accident.

Cliff Johnson was just 12 years old when he was hit by a car while crossing in front of a school bus and he has now finally got to thank Dr Rob Mackenzie, a volunteer medic with MAGPAS.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey

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