The South Western Ambulance Service have released a statement following the collision last night with a Dorset restaurant.
The Trust was called to incident at 6.53pm last night (December 19th) at the KOH Restaurant, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. The incident involved a Rapid Response Vehicle that had left the road and collided with the restaurant. The first ambulance responding to the incident arrived on scene within 6 minutes and one casualty, a male inside the restaurant, sustained chest injuries and was taken to Poole Hospital A&E for treatment. The paramedic in the Rapid Response Vehicle was uninjured but was taken to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital as a precaution.”**
A fourth man has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison for the manslaughter of twenty one year-old Reece James from Bournemouth. Reece James was shot at his flat at the junction of Roumelia Lane and Sea Roadin Boscombe, on Wednesday 25th July 2012.
Twenty five year old Jarome Parkinson, from London, was found guilty of manslaughter on Thursday 6 June 2013. The Honourable Mrs Justice Nicola Davies, told him : “I believe a sentence of 18 year’s imprisonment will give you time to reflect on your life and the crime you have committed.”
Kieron Kenroy Wellington, aged 30 and of no fixed abode, and two London men – Wayne Stephenson, aged 34, and Keifer Hutchinson, aged 23, were also found guilty of manslaughter on Thursday 6 June 2013. They were sentenced to 16 years in prison on Friday 7 June 2013 at Winchester Crown Court.
Four men have admitted fatally shooting a Bournemouth man at his home.
21-year-old Reece James was shot dead in his flat in Boscombe on Wednesday July, 27.
The four men were found guilty of manslaughter today and will be sentenced tomorrow, Friday June, 7.
After the death of Reece James, Dorset Police's Major Crime Investigation Team started a search across the South, which led officers to London and Kent areas.
Detective Superintendent Pam Trevillion, said: “This verdict comes at the end of a complex investigation by Dorset Police working together with our colleagues at the Metropolitan Police and Kent Police as well as the Crown Prosecution Service."
The company which built the artificial surf reef in Dorset has ceased trading. Boscombe's £3.2m reef has been out of action since May last year after it was damaged by a boat propeller. New Zealand based ASR limited was due to carry out repairs.
Bournemouth Borough Council says its liquidation was unlikely to affect its plans to restore it, and it will continue to pursue an insurance claim for the damage. The reef, made of 55 giant sand-filled bags 740ft out at sea, opened in November 2009 after lengthy delays and running over budget.
Three men are due before magistrates in Bournemouth later charged with the murder of a 21-year-old man in Boscombe. Reece Menzies was found dead at his home in Bournemouth on July 25th.
The three men have been in custody for the last 72 hours and they have all been interviewed at length. We have presented details of these interviews as well as evidence gathered over the past month to the Crown Prosecution Service, with whom we have worked closely. The progression of the investigation to this point today demonstrates the professionalism, commitment and tireless work of Dorset Police staff, with the active support of Operation Trident and Kent police.
– Detective Chief Inspector Kevin Connolly, Major Crime Investigation Team