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Three teenaged boys, charged with attempted murder, have been remanded in custody to appear at Birmingham Crown Court in December.
Three teens remanded in custody to appear at Bham Crown Court in Dec charged with attempted murder after Erdington school grounds stabbing
Two boys aged 16 and one 17, and who cannot be named for legal reasons, are charged with stabbing a 15-year-old schoolboy in the grounds of City of Birmingham School in Erdington on Thursday.
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A woman has been rushed to hospital with 'serious injuries' after being hit by a vehicle in Erdington.
The incident happened this morning on Sutton New Road shortly before 7am.
The road is currently closed off between Summer Road towards Station Road.
The incident is causing traffic problems for motorists and a diversion has been put in place.
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said:
A woman has been knocked over as she was crossing the road and has been taken to hospital after suffering serious injuries.
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Police are urgently appealing for help to find a man who has gone missing from the Erdington area.
Anthony Perks was last seen at his home in Rogerfield Road at around 9pm on Monday 19th September.
The 58-year-old is described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, clean shaven, with short grey hair, fair complexion and blue eyes.
He was last seen wearing a blue coat, blue jeans and a pink shirt with grey and blue stripes.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or call the Missing People charity on 116 000.
Anthony is particularly vulnerable as he has a very short term memory and will easily become confused and lose his bearings.
He does have a bus pass with him and may try to travel on local buses. We need members of the public to keep an eye out for him and call 101 if they see him.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a teenager who has gone missing from Birmingham.
Ethan Marsden, 17, was staying at an address in Erdington and was reported missing after failing to return from the shops.
He's described as a white man, around 5ft 8ins tall, clean shaven with short brown hair and has the letter E tattooed on his right hand.
He was last seen wearing a black hooded top, white t-shirt and grey joggers.
Anyone who has seen him is urged to call 101. Alternatively information can also be passed to the Missing People charity on 116 000.
Police are appealing for information after a boy lost his life following a collision in Erdington yesterday.
The eight-year-old was cycling along Wilton Road at around 3.15pm when he was in collision with a bus.
Emergency services were called and paramedics treated the boy who was taken to hospital with critical injuries, but despite their best efforts he sadly died later that day.
The driver of the bus was spoken to at the scene and officers continue to make enquiries into the collision.
Our thoughts are firmly with the family of the young boy who tragically lost his life yesterday.
The road is a really busy road and we are sure that there are a number of witnesses who have not yet come forward.
I am directly appealing to them to get in touch so we can continue to establish the circumstances that surrounded yesterday’s tragic events.
The family of the young boy are being liaised with by specialist officers and they have asked for their privacy to be respected at this sad time.
Police have set up a diversion around Wilton road in Erdington after a boy was hit by a bus at around 15:10 this afternoon. The boy has been rushed to hospital with injuries and another man is also being treated for minor injuries.
A statement from West Midlands Ambulance service said:
"An ambulance was on scene in six minutes and was backed up by a paramedic area support officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance, when crews arrived, the child had been pulled from under the bus. The youngster had suffered very serious injuries and was taken by land ambulance on blue lights to Birmingham Children’s Hospital with the doctor and ambulance crew treating him en-route, he arrived at hospital just 36 minutes after the call where medics were on standby to receive him. He was said to be in a critical condition upon arrival.”