Tributes have been paid to a two year old girl who died following a crash at a caravan site in Oxfordshire at the weekend. Ellie-May Doran was struck by a reversing car at Oaks View Park in Upper Arnott near Bicester on Saturday.
In a statement, her family said, "Ellie-May used to love cups of tea and there was a little saying her mum used to sing to her every time she picked her up – ‘Ellie-May every day drinking tea’ She was tiny and had blonde ringlets like Shirley Temple and her eyes were so blue like the sky.
"She was so small but loved an argument – she loved to disagree! She was so loved and is missed – she was cherished by everyone. Her memory will never die and we will never forget her. She is now in Heaven with her uncle Michael.
“We would like to thank the people in the community for their support and understanding while our family are visiting.”
Police are appealing for witnesses to traffic collision in Queens Road, Hastings, near Morrisons petrol station at about 1.30pm on Wednesday 19th February. A 13-year old local girl pedestrian was in collision with a silver Citroen Xsara.
She was taken to the Conquest Hospital where she is receiving treatment for what are not currently assessed as serious injuries. There were several pedestrians and other motorists around at the time of the collision and anyone who saw what happened is asked to call the police via 101.
Police in Poole are appealing for witnesses following a serious injury collision in the town.
The incident happened at 11.50am on Thursday 16th January at the Shah of Persia traffic lights in Longfleet Road.
An 84-year-old Poole woman was walking across the junction when she collided with a Citroen C3 turning right from Longfleet Road into Fernside Road.
The pedestrian suffered serious leg and arm injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment. The driver of the Citroen car was shaken but uninjured.
I am appealing for anyone with information about this incident to contact Dorset Police urgently. I am particularly keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision to call me on 101. All calls will be treated in the strictest of confidence.”
– Police Constable Catherine White, of Poole police
A 21-year-old motorcyclist is in hospital in Southampton with serious injuries after a collision on the A259 Via Ravenna in Chichester on Sunday morning.
The incident happened at around 11am. The biker, from Chichester, was riding an orange and black Suzuki motorbike which left the road and collided with a lamp post.
Sussex Police are asking anyone with information about what happened is being asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting Operation Duffield.
"The road was closed until 4.45pm while police carried out an investigation. This caused a lot of traffic disruption in the area and we would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding."