Four people were taken to hospital on Monday evening after their car ended up in a river near Walsall Football Club.
The accident happened near Bescot Crescent shortly before 7.40pm and involved one woman in her 30s and three girls aged five, eleven and twelve.
Crews arrived to find a car that had come to rest in a river. All four patients were out of the vehicle and on the embankment, having been helped to safety by passers-by."
The 11-year old girl suffered a suspected fractured leg while the 12-year old girl was treated for back pain, with a neck collar and spinal board being used to treat her.
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West Midlands counter terror officers have charged five people with Syria-related terrorism offences. The two men and three women are all from Walsall. They will appear at Westminster Magistrates court tomorrow.
5 FROM WALSALL CHARGED WITH TERRORISM OFFENCES: 2 men & 3 women from Walsall have been charged with Syria-related terrorism offences.
The 5 will be @ W'minster Mags Crt 16/6/15 accused of charges inc preparing to travel to Syria to engage in terror &helping others to travel
Ayman Shaukat 27 of Pargetter St & Alex Nash 21 of Bentley Rd were arrested last Tues 9/6 along with Nash’s wife Yousma Jan 20 of Bentley Rd
The 2 women Lorna Moore 34 of Glebe St & Kerry Thomason 23 of an undisclosed address were detained in Feb & were on bail until 15/6
Three people from Walsall have been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.
Two men, aged 21 and 27, and one woman, aged 21, were detained at their home addresses at about 6am this morning.
West Midlands Police said the arrests were pre-planned and intelligence led. There was no immediate threat to public safety, police added.
Searches are being carried out at eight associated addresses in the Walsall area and one in Moseley, Birmingham.
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Police are asking for the public's help in tracing a 15-year-old girl who has gone missing.
Ellie Remington never returned to her home in Walsall on Saturday, when she was reported missing.
Two days later, she was spotted visiting a friend's house in the town at around 1pm.
Although Ellie has gone missing several times before, this is the longest she has left home without making contact and officers are now growing increasingly concerned about her.
Police have spoken to her friends and family and searched the area near her home.
She is described as white with long blonde hair, 5’4” tall and of medium build. She has blue eyes and a pierced top lip. When she was last seen, she was wearing blue jeans, a black jumper and a cream coat.
"Due to her age, Ellie is considered to be vulnerable and we just need to know she is safe and well. I would urge anyone who sees her to call us on 101."
A body found in an Alumwell Park, Walsall earlier this month has been confirmed as missing man Jason Whitehouse.
The body of the 43-year-old from Walsall was discovered near to Sneyd brook in Primley Avenue Park on 12 May.
A post mortem examination carried out today was inconclusive, but revealed his death was not suspicious. His death has now been referred to the coroner.
West Midlands Police said Jason’s family have been informed and are receiving support.
He went missing in August 2014 after walking out of Walsall Manor Hospital while he was receiving treatment.
Despite police inquiries and searches there were no confirmed sightings of Mr Whitehouse after he was reported missing.
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