She was caught on CCTV taking a shortcut over the line at Pitsea. Trains run regularly along the route from Southend-on-Sea into east London
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The luxury Gulfstream IV with three people on board was on a flight from Lagos to Luton.
Severe delays on the M25 mean that toll charges on the northbound Dartford Crossing have been suspended.
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The A282 Northbound - Dartford Crossing - West Bore Tunnel is closed due to a multi vehicle RTC. There are long delays as a result of this incident.
All traffic is being diverted via the East Bore tunnel.
Please note that Toll charges for the A282 Northbound have currently been suspended.
Police investigating a motorway crash in Essex in which a 79-year-old woman died have said two other pensioners were also injured. Motorists were asked to avoid a section of the M11 linking London with Cambridge after the serious road crash, which happened at around 3.30pm on Thursday.
Essex Police confirmed that the woman who died was from Halifax, West Yorkshire, and was a passenger in a silver Vauxhall Astra which was travelling south when it was involved in a "slight collision" with a lorry travelling in the same direction. The car then left the road and hit some trees.
A 72-year-old man who was driving the car and an 81-year-old woman, who was a front-seat passenger, were both seriously injured and remain in hospital. Both are from the Retford area of Nottinghamshire. The road reopened at 10.30pm.
A woman has died after a crash involving a heavy goods lorry and a car collided on the M11 in Essex yesterday, police has said.
Motorists were asked to avoid a section of the motorway linking London with Cambridge after the serious road crash, which happened at around 3.30pm on Thursday.
The as-yet unnamed victim, who was a passenger in the car, died. Two other people who were in the vehicle were taken to hospital with serious injuries, police said.
The Crown Prosecution Service says that it has apologised unreservedly to Ms Blunnie's parents, for failing to authorise a charge against Tony McLernon.
Chief Crown Prosecutor for the East of England, Grace Ononiwu said:
One of the things we are doing [to change our processes] is setting up Violence Against Women Panels in the East of England which would examine CPS decision making in selected cases. Such panels are to be staffed by members of the public as well as lawyers and I have extended an invitation to Mr and Mrs Blunnie to join the Panel.
The East of England has the best conviction rate in the country for cases of domestic violence, but this case demonstrates the continued need to ever improve our handling and understanding of domestic violence. The fortitude displayed by Miss Blunnie's family strengthens my determination to do so.
Police said the dead passenger was aged 79.
A man and woman who were also in the car remain in hospital tonight.
A police spokesman said any witnesses who have not contacted police or anyone with information about events leading to the collision, should call the Essex Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or email email@example.com.
Essex Police say a woman has died in the crash on the M11 motorway. Two other people who were in the same vehicle have been taken to hospital with serious injuries. The crash involved a car and a lorry.
It is a serious collision, and there have been serious injuries. A woman who was a passenger in the car has died. Two other people who were in the vehicle have been taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Essex Police says at least two or three people had been left with serious injuries.
There have been casualties, although we cannot go into details at this stage.
It is a serious collision, and there have been serious injuries - at least two or three serious injuries.
The northbound carriageway was also closed to allow an air ambulance to land. Drivers are being advised to avoid the area, with the road expected to be at least partially closed until 10pm.
Motorists have been told to avoid a section of the motorway linking London with Cambridge after a serious road crash. A lorry and several cars were involved in the collision, on a stretch of the M11 near Epping, Essex, at around 3.30pm.
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A new report into the murder of a a heavily pregnant teenager in Essex says chances were missed to protect her. Nineteen year old Eystna Blunnie was beaten to death by her boyfriend Tony McLernon in Harlow in June 2012. She was nine months pregnant.
The report by the Safer Harlow Partnership has found there were many signs she was in danger before she was fatally attacked.
It recommended agencies should work together better to share information about high risk adults.
However it said there was no evidence her murder could have been accurately predicted though McLernon had made threats to kill her previously.
Essex Police had asked the Crown Prosecution Service whether he could be charged with an offence.
At the time, the CPS decided there was not enough evidence. It later admitted that decision was wrong.
Miss Blunnie's father Kevin said he believes his daughter would still be alive if McLernon had been prosecuted earlier.He said: "For that mistake, we lost our daughter and granddaughter."
The report's author, Jackie Sully, said no one could be sure if charging McLernon would have changed the course of events leading to Miss Blunnie's death.