A 31-year-old woman injured in a collision in Mansfield at the weekend has died.
It happened at about 4.30am on Saturday 2 August 2014, when a yellow Citroen D3 was in collision with two people in Haddon Road, near the junction with the A60.
The woman was taken to Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre with critical injuries, but later died.
A 28-year-old man was also treated for minor injuries.
A 27-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman, arrested in connection with the incident, remain on bail pending further enquiries.
Nottinghamshire Police have asked for any witnesses to contact them.
A 27-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman arrested in connection with a crash which left a pedestrian in hospital, have been released in bail pending further enquiries.
The accident happened at 4.30pm on Saturday August 2, 2014 in Haddon Road near its junction with the A60 in Mansfield.
A yellow Citroen D3 is reported to have been involved in the crash with a man and a woman. The car did not stop at the scene.
The 28-year-old man was treated for minor injuries, but the 31-year-old woman remains in hospital in a critical condition.
Two people have been arrested after a crash in which a pedestrian was left seriously injured.
It happened at about 4.30am today in Haddon Road, at it’s junction with the A60, in Mansfield.
A yellow Citroen D3 is reported to have been involved in a collision with a man and a woman. The car subsequently left the scene.
The 28-year-old man was treated at King’s Mill Hospital for minor injuries. The 31-year-old woman is still at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre in a serious but stable condition.
A 27-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman have been arrested on suspicion of causing injury by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of a collision.
There is heavy traffic and one lane closed as a result of a broken down lorry on the M1 Northbound.
It is stopped between J28 A38 (Alfreton) and J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield) in the roadworks area.
A woman and her husband have been jailed for life for murdering her parents and burying them in their own back garden in Mansfield.
The bodies of William and Patricia Wycherley lay undiscovered for 15 years and were unearthed by police last year.
Today, their daughter, Susan Edwards, and her husband, Christopher, were told they will each serve a minimum of 25 years before being eligible for parole.
A man and woman who have been found guilty of murdering her parents in north Nottinghamshire will be sentenced today.
Susan and Christopher Edwards were found guilty of the murders of William and Patricia Wycherley on Friday. The Wycherleys' bodies were buried in the garden of their Mansfield home and found 15 years later.
A married couple who shot her parents and buried them in the back garden of their home in Mansfield have today been found guilty of their murders.
Susan and Christopher Edwards had denied the charges but they now face life sentences for killing Patricia and William Wycherley and covering up the crime for 15 years.
Susan and Christopher Edwards arranged to surrender to police in London when their deceit became apparent and it was only then that detectives uncovered what they had been doing:
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After killing "reclusive" William and Patricia Wycherley at Nottingham Crown Court, Susan and Christopher Edwards swindled £245,000 over the next 15 years by pretending they were alive.
They continued to collect their benefits and pension payments, and sold their home with the bodies buried under the back garden, in August 2005.
The couple,who had been in "severe financial difficulties" for much of their relationship, were more than £160,000 in debt when they were arrested last October.
Despite their debts, they spent thousands on film memorabilia including signed photos and autographs of Gary Cooper and Frank Sinatra.
During the trial, Susan Edwards admitted the manslaughter of her mother but claimed she had been provoked. She claimed her mother had shot her father while she was staying with them, and during an argument afterwards said she shot her mother.
Christopher Edwards, who held a firearms certificate, told the court his wife only told him what she had done after they travelled to Mansfield by coach a week later.
He claimed they buried the bodies early on a Sunday morning after watching the Eurovision Song Contest on TV on May 9.
But prosecutors said the Wycherleys were gunned down for their money and buried the weekend before by both defendants.
The jury in the trial of Susan and Christopher Edwards took just six hours to convict them of murder.