The Royal Derby Hospital says it's coping with the cold snap despite a surge in admissions to the Accident and Emergency department.
Staff are currently treating around 420 patients a day - a hundred more than normal.
Many of the visits are for broken bones and other injuries caused by slipping on the ice.
More top news
The 21-year-old was killed and a 30-year-old British man is fighting for his life after allegedly being stabbed by a French tourist.
Six times more students in Birmingham want to be a computer programmer than there are vacancies for, says City and Guilds.
Academics at Loughborough University have developed a portable power-free test to detect bacterial resistance to antibiotics.