Police have called off their search for a missing mum of three after finding a body in a field in Burscough.
The family of a Burscough woman have appealed for her to get in touch on the third day that she has been missing from home.
A search operation is underway for a mum of three from Burscough who went missing after a trip to the supermarket.
A chemical firm has been ordered to fined £150,000 over a major explosion at a waste management site in Lancashire in which three workers suffered serious burns.
Personnel Hygiene Services (PHS) Ltd was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) following the blast at Burscough Industrial Estate in Burscough in October 2010, which happened when aerosol cans were put into an industrial shredder.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that three employees working near the shredder were caught in a fireball, and surrounding buildings had to be evacuated while firefighters dealt with the resulting blaze.
The family of a mother of three who has gone missing in Lancashire have appealed for her to come home.
Karen Simpson was last seen leaving a Tesco store near her home in Burscough on Sunday morning.
It's feared she was suffering from post-natal depression after the birth of her third child.
Lancashire police are continuing to search for a missing mother from Burscough.
31-year-old Karen Simpson disappeared on Sunday morning.
Thousands of people have joined a Facebook group, appealing for help in finding her.
Karen's sister Clair Dobrec has also made a plea for her to come home.
Karen is described as being around 5’6” tall, slim build. She was wearing a dark green jacket, blue jeans, maroon grey scarf and black boots.
Police are appealing for information about a 31 year old woman missing from her home.
Karen Simpson was last seen leaving a supermarket in Burscough at around 11 am on Sunday.
She was expected back at her home address and has not been seen since.