A man was lucky to escape serious injury after the lorry he was driving smashed through a wall, a tree and telegraph pole before eventually stopping in a front garden in Stoke-on-Trent.
It happened on the A53 Leek Road at around 10am, and two ambulances and a paramedic attended the scene.
Crews arrived to find a lorry in the front garden of a property. A wall, tree, telegraph pole and various other items had been damaged in the collision.
The driver of the lorry, a man in his 20s, was treated by ambulance staff for a minor head injury. A woman in her 70s, who witnessed the incident, was in shock and also required treatment. Both were taken to University Hospital North Staffordshire as a precaution.
A Staffordshire police officer has been suspended after a video emerged of him threatening to "knock out" a woman in Stoke-on-Trent.
The footage shows the officer dealing with a disturbance outside a nightclub in Hanley in the early hours of Sunday morning.
He can be heard swearing at the woman and warns her he will "knock her out".
A Staffordshire Police officer has been suspended after an incident in Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent at the weekend.
The force says it is undertaking a "thorough and robust investigation" into the complaint.
"Our communities expect only the highest standards of conduct from our officers, and whilst we recognise they can often face challenging situations, it is important that they remain professional throughout. A formal complaint has been taken in relation to the incident in Hanley involving one of our officers in the early hours on Sunday morning. We have reviewed the initial information and taken the decision to suspend the police officer concerned whilst we undertake a thorough and robust investigation into the complaint. It would not be appropriate to comment any further until the investigation has been concluded and experienced investigators from our performance assessment unit will be maintaining contact with the member of the public concerned."
The incident has been voluntarily referred to the IPCC.
Police say they're becoming increasingly concerned for a 13-year-old girl from Stoke-on-Trent who's been missing for four days.
Bethany Hughes, from Gilman Street, was last seen on the evening of Saturday 12 July on Chorlton Road, Birches Head.
She is described as white, 5ft 5in tall and of medium build. She has very long black hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
She is thought to be wearing dark jeans, a black leather jacket, black trainers and a black and pink cap with the word ‘Brooklyn’ on it.
Anyone who has seen Bethany or anyone who has any information about her whereabouts is urged to call Staffordshire Police immediately on 101 quoting incident number 953 of 12 July.
A boy from Stoke-on-Trent with cerebral palsy has taken his first steps after surgery to straighten his legs.
Ben Baddeley's family found the money themselves for the treatment to ease his muscles.
These pictures show him being sent home from hospital after just two days to get started on his physiotherapy.
Robbie Williams has been presented with the Freedom of Stoke-on-Trent at a private ceremony in his home city.
He was awarded a commemorative scroll by Lord Mayor Majid Khan at the Town Hall yesterday.
His parents attended the event along with his wife Ayda and 22-month-old daughter Teddy.
A little boy from Staffordshire with Cerebral Palsy, who is preparing to have an operation to help him walk, has just received a £2000 donation for his aftercare, his mum has told ITV Central.
A man visited the family home in Silverdale, Staffordshire, last night after a five hour car journey.
But this will only pay for two and a half weeks of post-operation treatment.....and he'll need two whole years of physiotherapy.
The family have been urgently raising money for the operation itself, but are now turning their attention to the vast amounts of money Ben will need for aftercare so won't have to use a wheelchair.
The UK's last working Victorian pottery factory will reopen to the public today after a £9million revamp.
Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent was set to close in 2011, but after being bought by the Prince's Restoration Trust, a three-year redevelopment project has secured it for the future.
Four fire crews are currently tackling a blaze at the former Royal Doulton factory in Staffordshire.
People are urged to avoid the area around Nile Street in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, while the incident is ongoing.
West Midlands Ambulance Service is also in attendance but report that nobody has been injured.
Prince Charles arrived in Stoke-on-Trent via the canal earlier today as he went to see the newly renovated Middleport Pottery Factory.
£9million has been spent on the factory that was threatened with closure. It was saved by the Prince's Regeneration Trust.