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Police appeal as man found injured in Derby

The injured man was found on Brunswick street in Normanton Credit: ITV News Central

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was found injured in Derby.

The victim was discovered on Brunswick Street in Normanton at around 8.45 this morning and has been taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham for treatment.

Police urge anyone who may have seen anything on Brunswick Street or nearby Cameron Street to come forward.

Police issue storm warning to Midlands residents

ITV Weather presenter Alex Beresford took this photograph of a fallen tree following the arrival of Storm Doris. Credit: ITV News.

The Met Office has issued an Amber Warning for high winds across much of the East Midlands and the whole of Derbyshire.

The warning is in place from 6am tomorrow and is expected to remain until 8pm.

There are warnings that some areas could see gusts in excess of 80MPH, especially around midday.

Gales and high winds can be dangerous to drivers and pedestrians and police have issued the following information for residents:

  • Listen carefully to weather forecasts.
  • If you're planning to travel by car listen to local traffic updates in case roads are blocked by fallen trees or debris.
  • If you're not travelling then stay indoors unless it's absolutely necessary to go outdoors.
  • If you need to check on the wellbeing of friends, relatives or neighbours, do this by telephone.


Woman's grave targeted by thieves for a second time

A statue similar to the one pictured was stolen

A thief has stolen a statue from a grave in Derby – three years after the grave was last targeted.

The family of the deceased woman visited the grave, at the Nottingham Road cemetery in Chaddesden, at 1pm on February 6 and realised that someone had stolen a statue from the site similar to the one in this picture.

The stolen angel differs slightly from the one pictured as it had been painted gold. The family had bought it to replace a bronze statue of the Madonna which had been stolen from the grave in January 2014.

Witnesses or anyone with information should call police on 101.


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