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Multiple injuries in Brighton bus crash

Police have declared a major incident after two buses crashed into each other in Brighton town centre.

Initial reports suggest there are multiple injuries in the incident in Queen's Road, near the Clock Tower and it has been declared a major incident.

The collision happened at 0922 this morning (Monday 6 July)

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One dead and one seriously injured in Funtington collision

A driver has died and another is in hospital with serious injuries following a collision near Chichester early this morning.

Emergency services were called to Common Road, Funtington at 12.02am where a red Seat Leon heading east had collided with a westbound blue Peugeot 406.

The driver of the Seat, a 42-year-old man from Fishbourne, died at the scene. A 67-year-old man from Chichester, who was driving the Peugeot, was taken to Southampton General Hospital with multiple serious injuries. He was described as being in a serious, but stable condition.

The road was completely blocked by the collision and was closed until just after 5.30am to allow rescue and recovery work to take place and for engine fluids to be cleaned from the road surface.

Westgate shopping centre : latest plans unveiled

The project is costing around 440 million pounds Credit: Westgate Oxford

New computer generated images of how the Westgate development in Oxford will look have been released.

Construction work on the 440 million pound development was given the go ahead in November.

The area will include shops, restaurants and a cinema and is due to be completed in time for Christmas 2017.

The development continues to cause major traffic problems in Oxford, but the council promises the result will be worth it.

We'll have a special report behind-the-scenes in Meridian Tonight at 6pm

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It's scheduled to open by Christmas 2017 Credit: Westgate Oxford

Investigations continue after fatal air crash

The site of the crash at Enstone airfield Credit: ITV Meridian

Post mortems will be carried out later on the bodies of a pilot and his passenger who died in a plane crash in Oxfordshire.

The wreckage is now being examined Credit: ITV Meridian

The light aircraft came down in Enstone Airfield near Church Enstone on Friday night.

The wreck has been taken to Farnborough for investigation

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Europe-wide search ends in happy ending for lost dog

Fred reunited with his owner Credit: Medway Council

A lost dog has been reunited with his owner after a Europe-wide search to find them.

Fred the Labrador was found in Rainham and his microchip revealed an address in Poland.

Officers were left scratching their heads and did a search on Euro Pet Net, which has more than 67 million registered pets on a database.

Luckily, it threw up a name for Fred's owner and when officers did a search of Medway Council's records, it revealed an address in Rainham.

Staff were able to then call owner Mateusz Mejna and tell him the news that Fred had been found.

He had been out with neighbours looking for Fred when he received the news.

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