Commuters faced disruption in Herefordshire after a car crashed down an embankment and onto a railway line.
The incident happened on Thursday morning between Hereford and Great Malvern.
Great Western Railway services were suspended, but have since resumed.
West Midlands Ambulance Service said no one was injured.
A 30-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of stabbing a man to death has been released on bail until 15th June.
Christian Bagley, 30, died after he was stabbed in the arm and back under Hunderton Bridge in Hereford as he walked home from seeing his daughter on Father's day last year ( June 21).
Meanwhile officers have re-released an image of a man they want to speak to in connection with Mr Bagley's death.
A formal identification process is still ongoing but the man is thought to be 75-years-old and from the United States of America.Read the full story ›
The best place to live in the Midlands is Ledbury in Herefordshire, according to a new report.
The town came was listed in the top ten of the Sunday Times Best Places To Live guide.
The guide looks at a variety of factors including quality of life, crime rates, house prices and school performance.
A trailer carrying around 30 sheep collided with two vehicles on the A49 in Herefordshire.Read the full story ›
Talks are underway at the firm's plant in Yazor Road after the company announced it had lost a contract with a major supermarket retailer.Read the full story ›
The man, who gave his name as Roger Curry, speaks with a North American accent but has "no memory" of who he is, police said.Read the full story ›
Detectives have issued a fresh appeal to help identify a man who was found wandering on a street in Hereford four months ago.Read the full story ›
Police in Hereford are conducting door to door enquiries after a trail of blood was found in Bishops Meadow in Hereford early this morning.
The trail stretched from Victoria Bridge through Hinton Avenue and appears to originate near to Nelson Street.
Blood was also found on and near benches along the river.
Residents close to Alton Road in Ross-on-Wye are being advised to stay indoors due to smoke caused by a fire at an industrial unit.
Fire crews are currently on the site bringing the blaze under control.
Alert: Alton Road in Ross-on-Wye is closed due to a fire at an industrial unit, please stay indoors due to smoke in the Hildersley area.
Active fire fighting continues - advice to local residents to keep doors and windows closed overnight. https://t.co/PgWljCskYk
Latest: Fire crews are still on site at the Alton Road fire in Ross-on-Wye....(photo by Rob Farquhar, R&B Sporting). https://t.co/riOrAU6l5v