A coach, on its way back from Alton Towers, carrying pupils and staff from Middlesbrough's College, was evacuated before catching fire.Read the full story ›
Five school children have been treated by paramedics after a coach en route to Alton Towers in Staffordshire crashed into a central reservation.
Derbyshire Police said the children were not seriously injured but the driver of the coach, who is thought to have been taken ill at the wheel, was taken to Sheffield's Northern General Hospital.
Witnesses are being sought to the accident, which happened at about 9am on Thursday on the A6135 at Renishaw, near junction 30 of the M1.
The coach was one of three travelling in convoy to Alton Towers from the Scunthorpe area.
Alton Towers operator Merlin will be sentenced later this year in connection with the Smiler roller coaster crash, it has been confirmed.Read the full story ›
Four teenagers have been arrested after an alleged assault at Alton Towers.
Police say a 15-year-old boy from the Black Country had to be airlifted to hospital after the attack.
He is receiving treatment for facial injuries at the Royal Derby Hospital and is said to be in a stable condition.
The teenagers, who are aged between 13 and 15 years old and from Liverpool, are being held on suspicion of assault.
89 children from Scotland were on their way to the theme park when the two buses collided.Read the full story ›
Alton Towers is opening what they are claiming to be the UK's first restaurant themed around a rollercoaster.Read the full story ›
Sarah Pond from Shropshire has accused the park of discrimination after she claims she was "barred" from a rollercoaster.Read the full story ›
About 30 people were said to be left stuck on the ride stopped in the middle of a downpour.Read the full story ›
Leah Washington and Joe Pugh presented a cheque to say thank you to their rescuers.Read the full story ›
Alton Towers rollercoaster Smiler has reopened, eight months after 20-year-old Vicky Balch lost a leg when it crashed.
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Miss Balch described the decision to reopen the ride to the public this weekend as "inappropriate and insensitive".
The owner of Alton Towers is to be prosecuted over crash in which five people were seriously injured, the Health and Safety Executive announced last month.
Today social media users reported "enthusiastic" crowds queued to get a ride on Smiler.