A man has died after two lorries crashed in Rutland yesterday afternoon.
The crash happened at about 3.40pm in Ryhall Road, Little Casterton, at the junction with Salters Lane.
The 43-year-old man who died was one of the drivers. He was taken to hospital but later died.
The driver of the second lorry suffered minor injuries, and Ryhall Road was closed for several hours.
Police are appealing for witnessed to come forward.
Ryhall Road in Ryhall is still closed following collision earlier. Anticipated will be closed for a few more hours.
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Rutland Water has been voted the nation's favourite nature reserve by a countryside and wildlife magazine.
More than 25,000 people took part in Landlove magazine's survey, which aimed to find the UK's favourite beauty spots, from gardens to stately homes.
Rutland Water came out on top in the nature reserve category, with the National Trust's Farne Islands coming in second.
Policing facts from Leicestershire Police:
- Less than one per cent of offenders commit 10 per cent of all crime
- 10 per cent of offenders commit 40 per cent of all crime
- Within just 13 places and 10 square miles - which amounts to only 1 per cent of the force's geographic area - there is:
- 35 per cent of all anti-social behaviour
- 28 per cent of all public safety incidents
- 27 per cent of troubled families
- 36 per cent of all crime
- 60 per cent of top offenders
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The British Geological Survey says it is looking into reports of a possible Earthquake in the Leicestershire and Rutland area.
Just looking into reports of a possible Earthquake in the Leics / Rutland area. Watch this space!
Meanwhile the tremors were felt in Grantham and Kettering.
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Police have named two people who died after a fatal collision on Christmas Day in Leicestershire.
Mark Price who was 51 and from Rothley and Lynda Anne Wade, who was 48 and from Melton Mowbray died in the collision. It happened at around 8.50am on the A606 Oakham Road in Cold Overton near Langham. A Ford C-Max and a Toyota Auris were involved.
Officers are appealing for witnesses.
Two people have died after a collision in Rutland. It happened on Christmas Day at around 8.50am on the A606 Oakham Road in Cold Overton. Police say a Ford C-Max and a Toyota Auris were involved.
A 51-year old man who was driving the Toyota and a 48-year-old woman who was driving the Ford were pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers from Leicestershire Police are appealing for witnesses.