A man who was killed in a two-car smash which saw his Porsche spin off the road and land in a ditch has been named by police.
George Taylor, aged 66, of Dorchester Road, Cannock, was driving his Porsche Boxster on the A460 Wolverhampton Road near junction 11 of the M6 when it crashed with a green Citroen Xsara PIcasso.
Paramedics were called to the scene shortly before 3.15pm on Friday but were unable to save Mr Taylor.
A man and a woman, both aged 23, and a baby were travelling in the Citroen and were not injured in the crash.
Police are now appealing for witnesses.
A man has died after a car crash in Cannock.
The man was involved in a collision between two cars on the A460, Wolverhampton Road, at around 3.15pm this afternoon.
A man and a woman with a young child travelling in the second car were treated at the scene before being released.
Cannock Chase District Council’s cabinet agreed last night to the pilot of a 10p weekday car parking scheme to support Cannock and Rugeley town centres.
The pilot will run from January to June 2014, with the Council hoping it will provide a stimulus to Cannock and Rugeley town centres.
A father who had to fly to Thailand to rescue his son who had been taken without permission by his ex- wife is calling on the government to do more to intervene in cases of abduction.
Sean Felton from Cannock in Staffordshire believes only political pressure can achieve the vital breakthrough for parents seeking to be reunited with their children thousands of miles from home.
Attending poss chemical incident A460 near Laney Green, Cannock. If near scene keep windows and doors shut as precaution.
Pinetrees Cattery in Cannock have confirmed that despite initial reports, no cats escaped when a fire hit last week.
20 cats belonging to customers and 3 belonging to the owners of the Cattery died in the blaze. Two cats survived and are still being treated by their vet.
We would like to offer our deepest sympathy to owners of the 20 cats who lost their lives in this fire. As has been reported we have also lost 3 of our own in the fire with a fourth hanging on at the vets.
The pain and grief resulting from this tragic accident is unimaginable for all effected.
We would like to thank all of the people that have posted words of support and also to those that have offered help, and been up to visit us.
Most owners have now been contacted apart from a couple who are out of communication.
All cats have now been identified and accounted for.
Several cats have been killed in a fire at a cattery in Staffordshire, with at least 18 currently unaccounted for.
The owners of the Pinetrees cattery in Cannock say the building was home to over 20 cats at the time, but some may have escaped when the fire broke out.
Patrick Johnson the father of the cattery owner spoke outside the devastated site this afternoon saying "on behalf of my daughter I'd like to say how sorry we are, we all love our animals".
He went on to describe the moment they woke to find the cattery, which was housing around 20 cats, on fire.
Firefighter Phil McFarlane said watching the cat owners visit the cattery to see if their cat survived "has been difficult".
He added that they were working with the cattery owners to find how many cats were killed in the blaze.