At about 1.05am on Thursday 29 August a green Citroen Saxo car collided with a parked van in Holliers Hill, Bexhill.
One of the four people in the car, a man, ran off and the three other occupants were taken to hospital.
One of them, a 19-year old man, sadly died at the Conquest Hospital in Hastings, and the other two, a man aged 18 and a woman aged 19, were taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton with serious but not life threatening injuries.
Enquiries are ongoing to trace the man who ran off.
"We are asking anyone who saw what happened, or who saw the Saxo in the area immediately beforehand, to contact us via 101 or email us at 'email@example.com', quoting Operation Account."
– Sergeant Dave Morgan of the Sussex Roads Policing Unit at Polegate
A veteran of the Second World War, who was captured by the Germans in 1940 and survived The Long March of 1945, has told his remarkable story in a memoir. 94-year-old Arthur Butler, from Bexhill in Sussex, saw many fellow PoWs freeze and starve to death. John Ryall reports.
Up to 450 homes are without water in the village of Ninfield in East Sussex. South East Water say it's due to a series of power cuts in the Bexhill area which means the company's pumps are unable to operate and move water around the network.
Simon Robertson from South East Water, said: “Our Technicians have been working hard overnight and throughout today to pump water back into the reservoir, however levels remain low and consequently up to 450 properties in the Ninfield area are without water.
“Bottled water is available for local residents to collect in the car park of The Blacksmith’s Inn, High Street, Ninfield.”
Police are hunting yobs who hurled chunks of concrete from a footbridge in East Sussex onto motorists below in the middle of the night.
Two cars were damaged as they passed under the footbridge over King Offa Way in Bexhill-on-Sea at around 12.30am on Wednesday.
No-one was injured but a Renault Megane driven by a 27-year-old local woman sustained damage to its bonnet, windscreen and front bumper.
In the second incident, a Fiat Punto with a 48-year-old man behind the wheel and three passengers received damage to its windscreen and roof.
Sussex Police officers suspect the concrete came from a wrecked bird bath and have appealed to anyone who may have had one stolen recently to come forward.
A police spokesman said: "Thankfully no-one was injured but we have seen from similar cases elsewhere in the country the serious consequences which can occur as a result of incidents of this nature.
"We are appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious activity around the area of the bridge when this incident took place to contact Sussex Police or anyone who knows who may have carried out this act."
Anyone with information is asked to call Sussex Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police in Sussex are appealing for witnesses after large pieces of concrete were thrown from a footbridge and on to a busy road. Two cars were hit on King Offa Way in Bexhill. No one was injured. It's thought the concrete may have come from a bird bath.
Protesters determined to stop the newest road project in the south east - have set up another camp near the route. They say that unless something is done, ancient hedgerows will be destroyed by the project.
But supporters of the Hastings to Bexhill Link Road say it's essential that work's completed as soon as possible, to give the local economy the kickstart it so desperately needs. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Sussex Police have released a cctv image of a man who may have vital information about a theft and shoplifting incident in Bexhill.
A mobile telephone was stolen between 11am - 12.30am on Tuesday 15th January 2015 from Lyall Willis and Co in Cooden Sea Road. A man who took food with out paying for it was seen in the store at around midday on the same day.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting serial 0179 of 15/1 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The Bexhill-based insurance broker 'Hastings Direct' is to create 200 jobs this year. The posts will range from entry level positions to senior management roles.
The firm said it will be able to expand because of growth from its car, van, bike and home insurance products.
“At Hastings we are single-minded in our ambition to build a UK business success story, which is a great place to work. In recent years the business has grown rapidly from 300,000 customers in February 2009 to over the one million we serve today. We are already one of the largest employers in East Sussex, but we have ambitious plans to serve three million customers by 2020 and these 200 extra staff will help us realise this goal.”
– Gary Hoffman, CEO, Hastings Direct
"I am absolutely delighted to congratulate Hastings Direct on its growing success. Their announcement of seeking to recruit an additional 200 staff is a tremendous sign of confidence in UK plc. With over a million new jobs created in the private sector since May 2010, it is clear that despite the difficult economic environment, there are real growth opportunities out there for quality companies like Hastings Direct.
"I will be working with them to do all I can to ensure Eastbourne and Willingdon residents take up as many of these posts as possible."