Hundreds of people have attended a funeral for a Nottingham pilot who died in a helicopter crash in central London.
Peter Barnes, who was 50, was killed when his aircraft hit a crane last month.
During his career he'd worked for Air Ambulance rescue teams across the country, including services here in the Midlands.
He later moved to Reading, where his funeral took place this afternoon..
More top news
Team GB swimmer Adam Peaty, from Uttoxeter in Staffordshire, has broken the world record for the 50m breast stroke.
Energy company IGas Limited wants to explore the potential for fracking in north Nottinghamshire.
A soldier whose legs were blown off says he’s been left wheelchair-bound for eight months because of delays in getting his new limbs fitted.