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Two people had to be cut free from their car after an accident in Dumfries and Galloway.
Firefighters were called to a collision involving two vehicles at 23.23 last night (April 19) on the A701 at Moffat.
They were at the scene for half an hour as they released two people from one of the cars.
The Moot Hall in the centre of Brampton's been reopened as a visotors centre.
The historic hall that dates back to 1817 now has new computer and wifi that visitors can use.
As part of the opening, there is a display of Documents and photographs from the archives.
It had been run as a tourist information centre but the facility is now funded by Brampton parish council and run solely by three dozen volunteers.
Police in West Cumbria are appealing for information about a car following a robbery with a knife in Silloth.
It happened on Thursday afternoon (April 17) at the Cumberland Building Society on Station Road.
Staff were allegedly threatened with a knife and a quantity of cash was stolen.
Police say the offender then ran off but may have then got into a car.
They want to trace the movements of a blue Ford Focus, registration number V647KOX, shortly after the robbery took place.
Four people have been questioned by police in connection with the incident. One of them has now been released without charge.
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Emergency services have praised members of the public who pulled a family of five free from their car moments before it burst into flames.
They said that if it hadn't been for the quick actions of motorists and passers by, the incident could have resulted in fatalities.
– Cumbria Police
The Mercedes estate did set on fire, but all the occupants were pulled free by members of the public. It was their quick reaction that ensured those involved were taken to safety prior to car igniting."
The family-of-five are from the Southampton area. The dad, aged 43, has life threatening injuries.
Injuries to the 43 year old mum and the couple's three children are less serious.
The driver of the other vehicle, 61 year old woman from Sheffield was treated for minor injuries.
Sgt Paul Brown of Cumbria Police says they had to close the A66 to Easter traffic despite causing chaos on many roads in the Northern Lake District area.
Eyewitnesses have told ITV News that passers-by pulled a family of five from their wrecked car just moments before it burst into flames.
The silver coloured Mercedes estate had been involved in a collision with a Ford Range pickup shortly before 9.30am on Saturday.
A man driving the Mercedes has been flown by air ambulance to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle with "life-threatening" injuries.
A woman and a boy aged ten were also flown to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Two other children, aged 12 and 14, were taken by road ambulance to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle with less serious injuries, as was the female driver of the Ford.
Cumbria Police say the family of five are not from this region.
They are believed to have been returning home from a Lake District holiday when the crash happened.