The husband of a missing GP from Nottingham has described the moments before she went missing.
Elizabeth Kinston left her home at around 10am on Friday. Police are continuing with their search for her and are appealing for information.
Elizabeth's husband told ITV's Daybreak that she left to go to the doctor's on Friday morning in his car.
The mother had been on maternity leave and is believed to be battling post-natal depression.
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The swan would not move off the carriageway and the northbound slip road at Junction 28 was closed for a short time.