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A motorbike rider has died following a crash in Nuneaton this afternoon.
It happened on Mancetter Way, near the Anchor Inn at 1pm.
A street in Nuneaton is cordoned off by police today after a woman was found collapsed on the ground.
The 45-year-old was found in Eastboro Way shortly after 9.30pm.
Police have now launched an inquiry into what happened. Officers have urged anyone who witnessed anything suspicious to get in touch.
Two police officers have been hurt after a car crash in Warwickshire.
The collision happened at the Astley Lane crossroads with Red Lane at 5:50am.
One of the officers had to be rescued by fire crews who cut the roof off the police car, which had been involved in the collision with a black Mazda M3.
Dawn the fox is one of six foxy residents at Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary.
When rescued by a member of the public, they initially thought she was a dog - and it seems she does too.
Staff have caught her on camera rolling over to have her tummy tickled, and wagging her tail - just like any enthusiastic puppy.
Our correspondent who is in Galley Common says the damage there is extensive and that buildings, cars and roofs have been damaged by yesterday's storm.
Houses have been badly damaged in Galley Common after what Warwickshire Police called a 'mini-tornado' ripped through a street.
ITV News Central Correspondent Keith Wilkinson is on Hickman Road in Galley Common and says garage roofs have been torn off and flung through the air.
Galley Common and Bedworth Borough Council say they are now leading in the clear-up. Yesterday evening some residents were evacuated to a community centre to escape the damage caused to their homes by the storm.
Prior to last year's fixture between Nuneaton Town and Lincoln City, on Saturday 16 March 2013, over 40 officers were deployed to Nuneaton town centre to prevent any violent confrontation.
The vast majority of Nuneaton fans declined and after attempting to engage violently with away supporters, they turned their aggression on Police.
Police say it became clear that home fans hoped to engage in a violent confrontation with the away supporters.
A cordon of police officers contained them at the Granby pub, where they were drinking.
After vandalising the pub and turning on officers with chairs and tables, Nuneaton fans were allowed to leave one at a time, before 87 of them were arrested and 22 were charged with violent disorder.