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Two men, a woman and a teenage boy have suffered burns in a gas explosion whilst on board a boat this morning.
Ambulance crews were called to reports of an explosion near the Angel Inn in Severn Side, Stourport-on-Severn at 7.30am this morning.
The teenager, believed to be 17-years-old, suffered the most serious injuries with significant burns to his hands and face. He was given pain relief and cooling burns dressings before being airlifted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham for specialist burns care.
A man in his 60s was burned on his face and suffered a neck injury.
The woman, who was in her 60s, suffered burns to her hands whilst a man in his 20s was burned on his arms and neck. They were both taken to Worcester Royal Hospital for further treatment.
Here’s a numbers guide to 25 years of the Birmingham Royal Ballet.Read the full story ›
Birmingham's Royal Ballet is celebrating its 25th anniversary today.
The company moved to the Birmingham in 1990 when it became the resident ballet company at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
In 1997 it finally broke away from the Royal Ballet in London to become a company in its own right.