The driver of a car has died after a collision with an HGV in Herefordshire.
It happened at just before 8.00pm on Sunday evening on the A44 Kington to Leominster road near Lyonshall in Herefordshire.
On arrival, ambulance staff found a man in the car who had suffered very serious injuries.
Working with firefighters, he was rapidly extricated, but his condition worsened and advanced life support was carried out by ambulance staff.
Sadly, despite all efforts, it was not possible to save the man and he was confirmed dead at the scene.
The lorry driver was shaken but uninjured.
Two ambulances, a paramedic area support officer, the MERIT Trauma Doctor and the Midlands Air Ambulance from Strensham were at the scene.
Hereford FC have been granted permission by the Football Association to parade their mascot - a bull called Hawkesbury Ronald - at Wembley.Read the full story ›
Remnants of a dress belonging to Queen Elizabeth I may have been found in a richly embroidered altar cloth in Bacton in Herefordshire.Read the full story ›
A serious police incident has been declared in a village in Herefordshire.
Tidnor Lane in Bartestree is currently closed in both directions due to the incident at Longworth Lane.
It is unclear what has happened at the moment.
More to follow...
A motorcyclist has suffered a severe leg injury in a crash that left him lying in a field in Herefordshire.Read the full story ›
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 ›