An inquest into the deaths of two British service personnel who died in a suspected "green-on-blue" attack in Afghanistan will begin today.
The parents of a teenage girl who died in a car crash on Saturday have released a heartfelt tribute to their "beautiful daughter."
Firefighters in Wiltshire have been raising awareness about road safety.
The family of 18-year-old Shaya Rae Leigh, who was killed when the car she was driving left the road and went down an embankment, has paid tribute. Shaya died alongside Kerry Staniford, who was 17.
They were travelling on the northbound carriageway of the A419 near the A420 White Hart junction, when the Renault Clio left the road and ended up down a bank in undergrowth.
– Shaya's father
“Our hearts go out to all families involved in this tragic event. Shaya was a granddaughter, daughter, sister, cousin and niece, but above all she was our friend. We are heartbroken and are finding it hard to believe we will never see her smile or hear her laughter again. Forever in our hearts. The FamiLeigh”.
Dr Davinderjit Bains, 46, of Nylands Road, Swindon, has been jailed for 12 years after spying on female patients with a watch camera. He pleaded guilty to 13 counts of assault by penetration, 11 counts of sexual assault, two counts of sexual activity with a child and 13 counts of voyeurism.
Detective Inspector Mark Garrett, head of Swindon CID said: "A large number of female patients, including teenage girls, put their trust in this man to treat them with the professionalism, care and discretion that we all expect of our family doctor.
"But he utterly betrayed that trust for his own sexual gratification and I hope that today’s sentence goes some way to helping his victims get some closure on what has happened.
"I would like to pay tribute to the teenage student lodger who came to us with her concerns about his behaviour when she stayed at his home. Without her coming forward we would have known nothing of Dr Bains’ shameful activities in the privacy of his consulting room at the Tinkers Lane Surgery.
"Female detectives viewed hundreds of video clips. The investigation team then had the task of identifying the victims and letting them know the horrible truth that the intimate examinations they had undergone had been secretly filmed by their doctor.
"He was using a camera hidden in his watch and many of those examinations were medically unnecessary."
Dr Davinderjit Bains, 46, of Nylands Road, Nythe, Swindon, has been jailed for 12 years after spying on female patients with a watch camera.
Dr Bains had previously pleaded guilty to 13 counts of assault by penetration, 11 counts of sexual assault, 2 counts of sexual activity with a child and 13 counts of voyeurism. A further 65 offences were taken into consideration.
Most of the sexual offences took place at the Tinkers Lane surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett where Dr Bains was a GP. More shortly.
Three men injured in a crash on the A419 near Swindon which killed two young women are in a serious but stable condition in hospital, police have said.
Wiltshire Police has thanked the public for heeding their warnings not to try and leave flowers at the accident site for fear of causing further accdients.
The family of Shaya Rae Leigh who was eighteen were taken by specialist family liasion officer to the site to lay flowers. Her seveteen-year-old friend Kerrylee O’Leary-Staniford also lost her life in the crash.
The family of Shaya Leigh who was killed when a car came off the road in Swindon have visited the spot where the accident happened.
– Inspector Paul Longden - Wiltshire Police
At 2pm the family of Shaya Leigh, one of the two young women who died in the A419 crash in Swindon yesterday, was taken by Wiltshire Police officers from Gablecross police station to the scene of the tragedy. The inside northbound lane of the A419 was coned off so that Shaya’s family, including her mother, could lay their floral tributes at the spot where the car plunged down the embankment"
Friends and relatives of the two women who were killed when their car left the road in Swindon have been warned by police to avoid leaving flowers at the crash scene for their own safety. The car came off the road Saturday morning.
– Wiltshire Police
We have had one or two people pulling up at the scene to pay their respects,
This stretch of road is a clearway with traffic travelling at speeds of up to 70mph.
Anyone who attempts to stop, no matter how briefly, could be putting themselves and others at risk of serious injury."
Police have named the two teenage girls killed in Saturday morning's crash in Swindon. The 18 year old driver - Shaya Rae Leigh was pronounced dead at the scene and the front female passenger Kerry Staniford who was aged 17 died in hospital.
Two young women have died after a car came off the road in Swindon. Three others are seriously injured in hospital. The Renault Clio car left the road on the A419 and the vehicle was discovered by officers twenty metres from the road in undergrowth just after five o'clock this morning.
There were five occupants - three young men and two young women - all from the Swindon area and aged 19 or 20. The 19-year-old female driver was pronounced dead at the scene. A second female was later pronounced dead at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon.
Two of the male passengers are described as being "very poorly" at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol. A third male is being treated for his injuries at GWH.