Three 15 year olds and a 16 year old have been arrested over the death of a 40 year old man in Worksop.
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Bridge Street in Worksop is still closed this lunchtime as police investigate the death of a man following reports of an assault last night. Four teenagers, three of them just 15 years old, have been arrested over the death of the 40 year old.
The 40-year-old man who died in Worksop town centre has not yet been formally identified.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place to establish the cause of death.
Four teenagers have been arrested in connection with the death of a 40-year-old man in Worksop town centre on Saturday night
It follows reports of an assault at around 7.30pm in Bridge Street, near its junction with Central Avenue and Ryton Street.
The victim was taken to Bassetlaw District Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
A murder inquiry is now underway.
Four teenagers have been arrested over the death of a 40-year-old man in Worksop last night. It's after reports of an assault at around 7.30pm in Bridge Street, near its junction with Central Avenue and Ryton Street.
Four boys, three aged 15 and one aged 16, remain in custody where they will be questioned by officers today.
Dr Andrea Gordon, CQC deputy director of operations (regions), says
– Dr Andrea Gordon
"Kings Mill Hospital must make sure it has robust processes in place to assure itself that it can manage and identify any risks or issues. Where issues are identified these have to be clearly communicated to trust leaders so any necessary action can be taken. It is imperative that any improvements the trust makes are sustainable and maintained for the future.....
......During our own inspection we found patients spoke positively about their care and treatment and we have been receiving updates from the trust on the work it is doing to improve."
A Care Quality Commission report out today raises concerns over the pathology department at King's Mill hospital in Nottinghamshire.
The inspection followed the recall of 79 breast cancer patients over concerns surrounding test results.
- Poor communication between pathologists and hospital directors.
- The pathology department was without a leader for five years between 2003 and 2007, with the role being covered by locum staff, and a number of permanent posts were not filled.
- Equipment in the department was outdated.
- The hospital’s action plan in relation to mortality rates was not being clearly monitored by the trust board.
- Processes to detect changes in performance or risk were not robust enough.
A report out today says that processes to ensure quality care at King's Mill hospital were not robust enough and there was poor communication between medical staff and Trust directors.
In October last year, the Care Quality Commission was called in to investigate concerns that breast cancer patients weren't given the most appropriate treatment because of incorrect test results.
During CQC's inspection patients did praise the care and treatment they had received.
Missing Nottinghamshire police sergeant Colin Evans has been found safe in Redditch, in the West Midlands. The 51-year-old, who failed to return home after work on Monday 11 March, is currently in the care of West Mercia police.
His family has been informed. Officers and staff have been searching for Sgt Evans since he was reported missing by his wife on Monday.
More than 60 police officers, many on leave, have spent the day searching for a colleague who's gone missing in North Nottinghamshire.
Sergeant Colin Evans didn't return home on Monday morning after his night shift at Mansfield police station. His family and colleagues say this disappearance is totally out of character.