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Photos released of fly-tipping on farm in Shropshire

Owners of a farm near Bridgnorth in Shropshire have released photos of waste which was dumped on their farm.

Photos of fly-tipping on farm in Shropshire Credit: Andrew Nicholls

Andrew Nicholls owns Hill End Farm in Claverley and said he is now faced with a huge bill to clear up the waste.

Photos of fly-tipping on farm in Shropshire Credit: Andrew Nicholls
Photos of fly-tipping on farm in Shropshire Credit: Andrew Nicholls

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Storm Doris causes second death in West Midlands

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Storm Doris has claimed a second life in the Midlands, after a man whose car was hit by a tree on Thursday died in hospital.

A red Ford Focus was driving along the A49 near Church Stretton in Shropshire just before 9.30am last Thursday when it was hit by a falling tree.

The front seat passenger, a man in his 80s, was taken to hospital with critical injuries. He died yesterday.

Police want to speak to anyone who saw the incident and can help officers investigate the collision.

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Woman 'unaccounted for' after house fire

The fire broke out at 5.40am Credit: PA

A home has been significantly damaged and adjoining properties evacuated after the fire broke out in the early hours of this morning (24 February).

Emergency services remain at the scene of a fire in Chestnut Meadow in Bucknell, Shropshire.

A woman is unaccounted for and the building being made safe so Fire Officers can enter the property.

The cause of the fire has not yet been confirmed but is not currently believed to be suspicious.

Man sought after woman raped in pub car park

A woman was raped in a pub car park in Bridgnorth Credit: Google Street View

A woman was raped in a pub car park in Bridgnorth in Shropshire.

The victim was approached by a stranger and attacked in the car park of the Falcon pub, between the hours of 1.30am and 2.30am on Sunday 19 February, police said.

The victim, in her 50s, is being supported by specialist officers following the attack.

Detectives have described incidents of this nature as concerning but very rare and are keen to reassure the public.

Extra patrols are being put on in the area and police say they are following a number of leads from an earlier appeal.

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