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A guns amnesty in South Yorkshire has been hailed a success by police after 52 guns were surrendered across the county.
The weapons handed in were:
- 15 shotguns
- 10 air rifles
- 7 revolvers
- 7 air pistols
- 7 imitation guns
- 4 rifles
- 2 muskets
- 300 ammunition rounds
- 300 shotgun cartridges
"Taking these weapons off the streets and out of circulation means they will not fall into the hands of criminals and be used in any form of criminality.
Thankfully gun crime is relatively low in South Yorkshire and with the public taking advantage of this opportunity to safely dispose of these firearms, we can continue to keep the figure low and keep our streets safe from this type of crime."
The last amnesty in South Yorkshire was in March 2007 ran for 30 days. There were 78 weapons handed in over the month.
In comparison to the 12-day amnesty this month, just over four weapons a day have been handed in compared to just two and half weapons a day in 2007.
An investigation is underway after three people were injured in a crash in Ecclesfield in South Yorkshire.
It happened on Friday night around 10.10pm (Friday November 21, 2014) when a black Mini travelling towards Ecclesfield and a red Astra travelling in the opposite direction were involved in a collision near to the junction of Deep Lane.
The 26-year-old female driver of the Mini and a 29-year-old female passenger were taken to hospital suffering serious injuries.
The 17-year-old driver of the Astra and 19-year-old male passenger escaped with minor injuries. Another female passenger suffered serious injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the accident is urged to contact police.
NHS Staff, including midwives, nurses and ambulance staff have staged a 4 hour strike over a refusal to implement a 1% pay rise.
Staff across the region walked out at 7 o'clock this morning. It is only the second time in 30 years that employees have walked out over pay. From Leeds, Claire Ashforth reports.
New measures are to be brought in which will force schools, councils and prisons in the region to play their part in the crackdown on terrorism.
The Home Secretary's announcement came ahead of a new bill to be introduced in parliament later this week, and at a time when the UK's terror threat level is at severe.
Police forces across the region are playing their part in raising awareness and enocuraging people to be vigilant, especially in crowded places and on public transport. Frazer Maude reports.
The first of five funerals for the teenagers who were killed in a crash in South Yorkshire last week was held today Monday November 24, 2014.
The service for Bartosz Bortniczak who was eighteen was held in Doncaster. He died along with four others on the A630 at Conisbrough.
Pupils and teachers from his former school, Danum Academy were among the mourners.
The academy is also preparing for the funerals of the other victims who were still at the school. David Hirst reports.
More than 50 guns and 600 rounds of ammunition have been handed in during South Yorkshire police's firearms amnesty .
It ran over 12 days with the public urged to bring in any unwanted or illegally owned guns without fear of being prosecuted for possession.
"I am very pleased with the number of firearms that have been handed in and want to thank the public for taking the time to bring in these weapons."
Hundreds gathered to pay their respects today at the funeral of one of the five Doncaster teenagers killed in an horrific car crash. The service for 18-year-old Bartosz Bortniczak took place at the town's main Catholic Church. David Hirst reports.
Thank you to our staff and volunteers for maintaining a safe service for patients during #NHSstrike and the public for using 999 wisely.
NHS workers from 11 trade unions - including nurses, midwives and paramedics, staged a four hour walkout this morning.
Pickets were outside hospitals across the region from 7am including ones in Leeds, Lincoln and Bradford. The industrial action is over a pay dispute, and follows a strike involving thousands of workers last month.
Liz Furness from the Royal College of Midwives explained the importance of the strike.