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Woman critically injured after falling from third-floor flat

The woman is thought to have fallen from a third floor window Credit: Google Images

Detectives are investigating after a woman was critically injured after falling from a third floor window of a flat in Southampton.

Officers were called to Mede House in Salisbury Street just after 10:45am yesterday. The woman was discovered on the ground.

The woman who is believed to be in her 20s, was taken to Southampton General Hospital where she is in a critical condition.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed what happened or who saw a person leaving the block of flats around the time of the incident to contact them.

Hundreds of women join anti-Trump march in Southampton

Women join an anti-Trump protest in Southampton Credit: ITV Meridian

Protestors came together in Southampton earlier as part of a globally organised Women's March against America's new President, Donald Trump.
It was one of fourteen cities in the UK taking with demonstrations to promote gender issues.

Women join an anti-Trump protest in Southampton Credit: ITV Meridian

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1,000 member social club bust days before Christmas

A social club in Hampshire has been serving the local community for more than sixty years, but today its doors are locked.

Despite having more than a thousand members, the Waterside Sports Club near Fawley ran up debts of more than 160 thousand pounds, and has now gone bust.

The closure has left a charity pantomime without a venue, a football club without any facilities and an important social space empty - just days before Christmas. Richard Slee reports.

The interviewees are: Debbie Dixon, a former employee; Mike Vaughan a former board member; and Katie Thompson from the Waterside Theatre Company.

Woman lucky to survive after car plunges into deep water

Credit: Hants Police

A woman was lucky to survive after her car plunged into deep water after skidding off the road on the Millbrook flyover in Southampton.

Hampshire Police posted this picture on Twitter this morning, showing the car submerged in water.

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