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Tributes to 'fun loving and affectionate' crash death girl

Isobelle Charlotte Woodall

The family of a 19 year old girl who died following a crash in Wigan have paid tribute to her. Police were called to Central Park Way, last Sunday night after a serious crash between Ford Focus ST and a Peugeot 206.

Isobelle Woodall, who was travelling as a passenger in the Peugeot, died at the scene after sustaining serious head injuries. Police are appealing for information about what happened.

"Isobelle was a happy, fun loving and affectionate girl who at 19 years of age was just finding her place in the world. She was loved by everyone who knew her.

“As a family we have been left bereft at her leaving us but she will always be alive in our hearts."

– Family tribute


Two arrested after boy bitten by dog in Wigan

Two people have been arrested after a young boy was bitten by a dog in Wigan.

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Police were called to Adelphi Street and found a four-year-old boy who had received a serious head injury after being bitten by what is believed to be an American Bulldog. The dog has now been seized.

The boy is currently in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

A 45-year-old woman and 45-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a dog dangerously out of control.

Four-year-old boy in hospital after dog attack in Wigan

A four-year-old boy is in hospital after being attacked by a dog in Wigan. Credit: ITV Granada

A four-year-old boy is in hospital after being attacked by a dog in Wigan.

Police and paramedics were called to Adelphi Street yesterday afternoon.

The boy suffered serious head injuries. The dog has been seized and officers say an investigation into the attack is underway.


Fans flock to charity rugby match for hero Tony Barrow

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More than a thousand fans showed their support for a former rugby league player diagnosed with cancer.

Stars of the game joined supporters to raise money for Tony Barrow who played for Oldham and Swinton.

The father of three has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of the disease.

Ou reporter Ralph Blunsom was there:

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