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Woman dies in Birmingham crash

West Midlands Ambulance service have confirmed a woman has died and a man has been seriously injured in a crash in Birmingham.

Six people were involved in the collision at 1.20am on Gravelly Hill in Erdington. A car and van had crashed close to the A38 Aston Expressway.

Police say the driver of the car has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.

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Report finds Red Arrows pilot died after RAF 'failed to learn lessons'

Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died in a crash Credit: ITV Central

Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died in a crash after RAF bosses 'failed to learn the proper lessons from a previous accident'. That is according to watchdog The Military Aviation Authority.

Flight Lieutenant Egging was killed when his aircraft crashed during a performance in Bournemouth last year Credit: ITV Central

Flight Lieutenant Egging was killed when his aircraft crashed during a performance in Bournemouth last year.

A report has found the elite flying team had not been supervised closely enough after an investigation into a crash between two of its pilots in Crete in March 2010.

Inquest into ambulance crash death

An inquest is to take place into the death of a 75-year-old woman who died when the ambulance she was travelling in crashed.

The accident happened in the early hours of Monday morning.

The patient, from Sutton-on-Sea, was travelling in the ambulance along the A16 when it left the road and ended up in a ditch near Boston.

Two male ambulance service staff were taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries.

A woman has died after the ambulance she was travelling in crashed

An investigation has begun after an elderly patient travelling in an ambulance died after it went off the road, and crashed into a ditch in Lincolnshire.

It happened in the early hours of this morning in Sibsey near Boston. Although the ambulance was on its way to hospital, it didn't have it's emergency sirens or lights on at the time.

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Car crashes into shop killing five-year-old

A five-year-old girl has died after the car she was travelling in veered off a Coventry road and hit a building. The girl was one of four family members involved in the crash which happened at around 2:30am last night.

The car left the road and veered into the building Credit: ITV Central

She was taken to hospital but was later pronounced dead at around 5.00 am.

The girl's mother suffered a broken arm while, a man and a teenager, thought to be the father and brother received hospital treatment for minor injuries.

The building will remain sealed off until it is deemed structurally safe Credit: ITV Central

The junction was cordoned off by police while an investigation was carried out at the junction of King William Street and Canterbury Street, Hillfields.

The roads have now been reopened but the building remains sealed off until it is deemed safe.

Third man dies after car hits tree

A third man has died after a car carrying four hit a tree in Birmingham yesterday.

Police arrived at the scene on Bristol Road at 4.15am yesterday morning to find a MG ZR had crashed into a tree.

Two 24-year-old men, were pronounced dead at the scene, the third man, a 26-year-old who died today, was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a critical condition.

The driver of the car was treated for minor injuries at the scene and then taken to hospital.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

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