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A touching video of the moment a former serviceman paying his respects on Armistice Day has had close to 2 million hits.
It was posted by neighbour Katrina Day who posted the video on Facebook.
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Our lovely neighbour bill, 11.11.11 always remembered, eternally grateful and proud of our servicemen and women
The footage, shows a man who was named only as Bill playing The Last Post on a bugle to mark the beginning of the two minutes silence out side of his Ellesmere port home.
A man's been charged after an 11-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped from Cheshire and taken more than 150 miles away.
The girl was reported missing from her home in Ellesmere Port on Saturday. She was found four hours later near Darlington in the North East.
She's been taken into police care.
Paul Ripley will appear at Chester Magistrates tomorrow charged with two counts of rape of a female under 13, kidnap and dangerous driving.
He has been remanded into custody and will appear at Chester Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.
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A police officer tried to save the life of a Liverpool fan at Hillsborough because he thought he saw his eyes open, his inquest has heard.
Carl Maltravers said he went to Jimmy Hennessy about 10 to 15 minutes after the match had ended after seeing him lying on his own on the pitch.
Mr Maltravers said he thought he saw Jimmy's arm twitch but he did not appear to be breathing.
So the officer slapped his face and thought his eyes opened.
Giving evidence to the jury, he said: "I took it to be a reaction that led me to believe there was something I could do."
He told the jury he did not know if Jimmy was actually looking at him, but his eyes were pointing in his direction.
Mr Maltravers said he believed the 29-year-old, from Ellesmere Port, started breathing after beginning resuscitation but said the reaction was not sustained.
The court heard he helped carry Mr Hennessy on a stretcher towards the medical room after being unable to feel a pulse.
The witness explained how a doctor said Jimmy's eyes were fully dilated and told him he was dead.