The North West Ambulance Service have confirmed that three people have been taken to hospital after a crane collapse in Crewe. One patient has been taken to North Staffs Hospital in Newcastle Under Lyme. The extent of their injuries hasnt been revealed.
Ambulance staff say one adult and a child have gone to Leighton hospital for a check up. Their injuries are not thought to be serious. The collapse happened at a new build site near Morrisons in Dunwoody Way trapping three people underneath. The Health and Safety Executive have been informed.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for missing Hayley McKinnon from Northamptonshire who hasn't been seen for three days.
The 39-year-old was last seen on the morning of 8 June in the Daventry area.
She is described as:
- White female
- 5’4” in height
- of a heavy build, with short blonde hair and pale complexion
- last seen wearing a long sleeved grey top and black leggings.
Officers are appealing for Hayley to make contact with her family and the police and for anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact Northamptonshire Police on 101.
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Jet2 have started new flights from Birmingham Airport, creating 200 new jobs.
The first flight left for Malaga this morning. The budget airline will offer 23 destinations from Birmingham Airport, which will see around 57 weekly flights.
Flights will operate from Birmingham Airport this summer to:
- Alicante (Costa Blanca, Benidorm and Calpe)
- Faro (The Algarve and Albufeira)
- Girona (Costa Brava, Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar)
- Gran Canaria
- Malaga (Costa Del Sol, Torremolinos and Merja)
- Reus (Costa Dorada and Salou)
Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive of Birmingham Airport, said:
This is a significant day for Birmingham Airport as we welcome our newest partner to the West Midlands.Customers from the region will have access to more choice than ever.
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