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Police say there are not thought to be any suspicious circumstances in the death of a 12-year-old girl who was taken to hospital from a holiday park in Lancashire.
She has been named as Paige Daughtry, from Oldham in Greater Manchester.
Officers say they were called at around 9.40pm on Monday, July 18 to the Cala Gran Holiday Park in Fleetwood Road, Fleetwood.
The Ambulance Service had contacted police after Paige was found unresponsive at the scene by paramedics.
She was taken to Blackpool Victoria Hospital for treatment but died a short time later.
Police say a post mortem examination has been carried out and while the exact cause of death has not been ascertained, there are not thought at this stage to be any suspicious circumstances.
A file will be sent to the Coroner.
The management of the Cala Gran Holiday Park in Fleetwood where a 12 year-old girl was found unresponsive have offered their condolences to her family.
The child was taken to hospital on Monday evening but died a short time later.
A postmortem is due to take place in the coming days.
Emergency services were called to the park on Monday evening to tend to a 12 year old female guest who later passed away.
This is a tragic incident and our heartfelt condolences go to the girl's family, who we have offered our support to.
A 12 year-old girl has died after being found unresponsive at a holiday park in Fleetwood.
Police were called to the Cala Gran Holiday Park on Monday evening. The girl was taken to Blackpool Victoria Hospital. She died a short time later.
Police say the death is being treated as unexplained and enquiries are continuing.
A post mortem is now due to take place.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a cash in transit robbery in Fleetwood this morning.
Around 7.50am on October 14 three men robbed a cash in transit vehicle on Hatfield Avenue, close to the Shell garage
It is believed the men were wearing masks and dark coloured clothing, with one male carrying an axe. A substantial amount of cash is understood to have been taken during the incident.
Detectives believe the men left the scene in a dark coloured sports car, possibly an Audi or BMW, before changing into a white Audi 4x4.
Investigations are continuing.
If you have any information please call Lancashire Police or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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In a statement, Andy Pilley said:
“It is an extremely unpleasant part of being Chairman having to make such a decision, however ultimately, for a number of reasons; I felt this was in the best interests of the Club.
“I would like to place on record my personal thanks for the success Graham brought us with the promotion to League One, his supreme professionalism and for all the hard work he invested over his time here at Fleetwood, and wish him all the best for the future.”
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