Owen Richards has been hailed as a hero after he comforted a victim of the Tunisia beach attack despite losing three members of his family.Read the full story ›
An ex-firefighter and instructor at West Midlands Fire Service was injured in the Tunisian terror attack.
The fire service said Ross Thompson "sustained minor injuries" and "remains in good spirits".
It added that he is expected to make a full recovery.
The University of Worcester has paid tribute to student Joel Richards who was killed in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.Read the full story ›
Severn Trent Water have paid tribute to "much loved" colleagues Scott Chalkley and Sue Davey who were killed in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia.
Sue was the company's customer and community lead for the East Midlands and Scott was one the firm's leakage managers for Leicestershire.
In a statement, the company said:
We are immensely saddened by the news about Sue and Scott. They were much loved by their colleagues.
Sue and Scott had a passion to help others however they could, they cared enormously for all those they worked with and were totally committed to our customers and our company. We will miss them deeply.
Both Sue and Scott have family and friends at Severn Trent, our thoughts are with each of them and all those that hold them dear.
Five people from the Midlands were killed in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Sue Davey from Tamworth was on holiday with her partner Scott Chalkley from Derby.
The beach attack also claimed the lives of three members of the same West Midlands family. Adrian Evans, Patrick Evans and Joel Richards all died when 23-year-old Seifeddine Rezgui went on the rampage at the resort in Sousse.
A 42-year-old man has been confirmed as one of the Britons to have died in the massacre on a Tunisian beach on Friday.
Scott Chalkley, 42, died with his partner Sue Davey at the Sousse resort, his son Ross Naylor revealed via Twitter.
Ross, who spoke to ITV news on Friday about the anguish of his family as they desperately tried to find news about the couple, made the announcement on Twitter because "many of you have been asking about him".
He thanked everyone for their help and ended with "One love to all and rest in peace Dad".
A man from Tamworth has paid tribute to his mother, Sue Davey, who was killed in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Conor Fulford announced his mother's death on twitter, saying she was a "strong woman".
He thanked his twitter followers for their support, after he launched a social media campaign to find her.
Hi Everyone, Sorry to tell you we lost my mother Sue Davey tonight but i want to thank everybody that tried to help me & my family ...
My mom was a strong women who didn't take no crap from nobody so when you lie down tonight wish my mom goodnight as I know i sure will xxxxx
Love you always Mom, I've got my teddy bear you got me tonight, Rest easy xxxx
A "talented" football referee killed in the Tunisian terrorist attack was a "popular lad" who "will be sadly missed".
Speaking about Joel Richards, Ian Murphy from Birmingham County FA, told Sky News:
It's awful. I think the whole refereeing community, whether it be in Birmingham County or throughout the country, are in bits by this.
He added that Mr Richards was a "popular lad" and an active member of Birmingham County FA youth council.
He was a young talented referee with the world at his feet. He was highly thought of and will be sadly missed.
I can't believe what's happened. It's unimaginable.
A 78-year-old grandfather from Wednesday is feared to have died in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Patrick Evans was on holiday with relatives.
His grandson, 19-year-old University of Worcester student Joel Richards, has been named as one of the British victims to have been killed.
Joel's uncle, Sandwell Council worker Adrian Evans, also died.
The family of a couple from the Midlands who are still missing after the terrorist attack in Tunisia have been told the pair are now on a "high risk" list of unaccounted people.
Scott Chalkley, from Derby, was on holiday with his partner Sue Davey, from Tamworth, when the gunman struck in the resort of Sousse on Friday.
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