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Latest pictures as man questioned after Preston stabbing

Fishwick Parade, Preston Credit: Dave Jones

A man is being questioned on suspicion of murder after a stabbing in Preston. Police were called to Fishwick Parade early yesterday. They found a 50 year old man suffering from a stab wound. He died later in hospital and a post mortem will be carried out to establish the cause of his death. Officers arrested a 63 year old man from Scotland a short time later, he's currently being questioned.

Fishwick Parade, Preston Credit: Dave Jones


Twins set to come face-to-face in Lancashire derby

Twin brothers are set come face-to-face on the football pitch.

As if Saturday's Championship showdown between Lancashire rivals Burnley and Preston wasn't big enough, for Michael and Will Keane there's even more incentive to secure the bragging rights.

Michael plays for Burnley, Will for Preston. And the sibling rivalry stretches beyond football, as David Chisnall found out:

Fire at an industrial unit in Preston

Firefighters are at the scene of a building fire on Ribbleton Lane in Preston.

It has lead to a number of road closures including Ribbleton Lane in both directions between the A6063 Deepdale Road and Skeffington Road. It's also affecting St Mary's Street in both directions between B6243 Ribbleton Lane and A59 New Hall Lane.

Area Manager Mark Hutton has this update:


Pensioner, 86, dies after hitting parked cars

An 86 year old man has died after a four car crash in Preston. It happened yesterday evening at the junction of St Martin’s Road and St George’s Road.

Police believe the pensioner failed to give way and hit three parked cars. Paramedics took the man to Royal Preston Hospital where he later died.

The road was closed for accident investigation work, police are appealing for witnesses.

Can you help? 91-year-old injured in collision

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We are appealing for witnesses after a man was injured following a collision in Preston.

Around 12.50pm on Monday, October 12, a Fiat car collided with a 91-year-old man in Ward’s End.

The male was taken to Royal Preston Hospital for treatment where it was confirmed he had suffered a broken pelvis.

The road was closed for two hours while accident investigators attended.

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