Police have named a pilot who was killed when his light aircraft collided with another plane over the Bedfordshire countryside yesterday.
46-year-old Stephen Spavins from Spalding lost his life when his single seater came down in a field near Tempsford on the Cambridgeshire-Bedfordshire border.
It followed a mid-air collision with another single seater which was able to land safety.
The Air Accident Investigation Board is continuing to investigate.
The pilot of a light aircraft has died after a mid-air collision with another plane over the Bedfordshire countryside.
One of the aircraft crash landed in a field , while the other was able to land nearby.
Air accident investigators are still at the scene near the A1(M) on the Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire border.
A man has been charged with a series of indecent assaults dating back to the 70s and 80s in Spalding.
The 67-year-old, who now lives in London but used to live in Spalding, has been charged with eight indecent assaults and subsequent sexual offence.
The alleged offences were committed between 1979 and 1983 in the Spalding area.
Seven children arrested following the death of a man who suffered a serious head injury have been released on police bail.
Warren Free, 42, was airlifted to hospital after he was found injured at an address in Spalding, Lincolnshire, on Thursday.
The victim, from Coronation Close, in Spalding, died the next day at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre and police are treating his death as murder.
Five boys and two girls who were arrested as part of the murder investigation have been bailed, Lincolnshire Police said. None of the children's ages have been released by police.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Holvey said: "In the early hours of last Thursday morning, we know that there was an incident involving Mr Free and a group of youths, and that he sustained injuries which subsequently led to his death.
"At present, I cannot confirm the cause of death as further tests need to be carried out.
"Our investigation is continuing into the circumstances leading up to Mr Free's death.
"This is a very unusual incident for Lincolnshire as a county, and specifically for the Spalding area.
"I would like to thank the public in the town for the help they have given so far, but continue to appeal to anyone who knew Mr Free, and who has any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to contact the Incident Room".
Another four boys have been arrested after the death of a man who was airlifted to hospital with a serious head injury.
Warren Free, 42, died yesterday at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre and police are treating his death as murder.
The victim, from Coronation Close, Spalding, Lincolnshire had been found injured at an address in Spalding on Thursday.
Two girls and a boy were arrested yesterday in connection with Mr Free's death. One girl has been released on bail, while the other boy and girl remain in custody, Lincolnshire Police said.
Another four boys have been arrested today in connection with the police investigation, the force added.
None of the children's ages have been released by police.
Following Mr Free's death, Community Inspector Jim Tyner, said:
Coronation Close is a close-knit community and I know many will be affected by what has happened.
My officers will be carrying out extra patrols in the area and I would urge residents to approach them with any concerns.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Holvey, said:
We are continuing to investigate the circumstances in which Mr Free sustained the injuries that led to his subsequent death and I am appealing to anyone with information that may assist the enquiry to contact the major incident room by calling 101 and quoting incident 161 of August 28.
Detectives investigating the death of a 42 year-old Spalding man are continuing to interview three juveniles - two girls and a boy. The dead man has been named as Warren Free, of Coronation Close.
We are continuing to investigate the circumstances in which Mr Free sustained the injuries that led to his subsequent death and I am appealing to anyone with information that may assist the enquiry to contact the major incident room by calling 101 and quoting incident 161 of 28th August
Three youths have been arrested in connection with the death of a man from Spalding.
The 42-year-old man, from Coronation Close, was taken to Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham on Thursday with serious head injuries but later died.
Police are treating his death as murder.
Two girls and a boy have been arrested and are in police custody.
Police are appealing for anyone with any information to contact them.
Coronation Close is a close-knit community and I know many will be affected by what has happened. My officers will be carrying out extra patrols in the area and I would urge residents to approach them with any concerns.
Police have found what is believed to be an "explosive device" at a property in Spalding.
Police were called on Wednesday evening to a vacant house on South Parade, believed to have been used as a squat.
Nearby houses were evacuated until military experts found it to be safe.
A blind dog in Spalding has become the first in the country to sport a simple but ingenious new gadget that will stop him bumping in to things.
It also makes him look a little bit like an angel. It is called the Muffin's Halo and as Adam Fowler found out, it marks the latest chapter in a remarkable dog's life.
A blind dog from Spalding has become the first in the country to benefit from a gadget that stops him bumping in to things.
Basil was found abandoned, hungry and bruised before being rescued and taken in by a foster family. The new headgear was donated by an American company who heard about his condition.