Two police officers stepped in to help deliver a baby at a petrol station in Shoreham.
PC's Roisin Vafaee and Jenny Pietersen were at the Shell garage in Brighton Road, Shoreham, on Wednesday when they were approached by man who had just pulled up at a lay-by there.
His wife was about to give birth in their car so the two officers went to her aid and comforted her. Minutes later they assisted with the birth of a baby girl.
An ambulance took mother and baby to nearby Worthing Hospital where baby Thea weighed in at 8 pounds, 10 ounces.
Mum, Beth Marcantonio, said, "In a situation where I should have been absolutely terrified I was bizarrely calm and totally reassured by Roisin's voice and I still remember exactly her first words to me, "Hello it's all ok we are both mums, you're going to be absolutely fine!"
Officers from Sussex Police have renewed their appeals for help to trace a missing 22-year-old man from Shoreham in Sussex.
Craig Robert-Miles was last seen at his home in Garden Close at 12.30pm on Friday 7th March. He has not been seen by family or friends since then.
Detectives have said they are concerned for his welfare because he has mental health issues, but did not take any medication with him when he left the property.
PC Sally Howarth said: "This behaviour is completely out of character for Craig. He left his home address without informing anyone of his intentions and without making provision to stay away from home.
"We are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and we are keen to speak to anybody who may be able to help us find him so that he can be safely reunited with his family as soon as possible."
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Craig Roberts-Miles is asked to contact 101 quoting serial 1079 of 10/3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . If he appears hurt or in danger Sussex Police have said to call 999.
Brighton City Airport, known as Shoreham Airport, released this statement yesterday regarding the plane crash in Germany:
Four people are believed to have died when a jet flying from Shoreham Airport crashed in Germany, according to police. The small plane came down at lunchtime at a rubbish site near the city of Trier. All those killed are German.
A spokesman for Trier-Fohren airfield, where a plane has crashed, said the jet was travelling from Shoreham airport in West Sussex and that all the deceased were German.
A photo posted on the aviation-focused Twitter account Bizjets101 appears to show the wreckage of a plane that crashed in Germany during a flight from England today:
Four people are believed to have died when a jet from England crashed in Germany, police said.
The small plane came down at lunchtime at a rubbish site near the city of Trier.
Police said the plane appeared to be a Cessna Citation business jet carrying two pilots and two passengers from England to an airfield at Foehren, near the crash site. All on board appeared to have died.
The aircraft damaged an electricity pylon as it came down and was ablaze when firefighters arrived at the scene.
There was no immediate word on a possible cause for the crash or the identity of the people aboard.
The Environment Agency says it's made a temporary repair to flood defences at Shoreham Airport, which are holding. The airport is expected to re-open today. But many businesses have been affected and it will take some time for the area to get back to normal.
The clean up is underway in some of our coastal towns and villages after homes and businesses flooded overnight. The predicted tidal surge left scenes of devastation in areas such as Littlehampton, Newhaven and Shoreham - from where Malcolm Shaw reports.