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The footballing community in Sussex is in shock at the loss of two of their players in the Shoreham Airshow crash.
Worthing United footballers Matthew Grimstone and Jacob Schilt, who were both 23, were among at least 11 people who were killed when a plane crashed into the A27 on Saturday.
Team-mate Tony Burnett had known Matthew Grimstone for five years, playing alongside him with Mile Oak FC. He also played with Jacob Schilt and Matthew on Sundays at AFC Shoreham.
Mr Burnett said their team-mates are all in shock.
As the investigations begin the names of some of those who were killed have been announced by their families. They include two Worthing United players.
Thames Valley police are investigating what is though to be a massive sink hole the size of a van and up to four feet deep.
It is in St Georges Road in Wallingford, Oxfordshire.
Police say the road is closed while they investigate
A young driver died after a fire engine collided with his car. Hampshire Police say his Ford Puma was struck by a fire engine late on Saturday night in the New Forest.
Both carriageways were closed as emergency services raced to the scene along the A337 near Lyndhurst, Hants. Paramedics tried to rescue the driver, aged in his 20s, but he was unable to be saved and died at the scene.
One fireman was taken to hospital with minor injuries, officers said.
The force was working with Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service to find out how the two vehicles collided.
The pilot whose plane crashed on to the A27 today has been named locally as Andy Hill.
The pilot is currently in a critical condition in hospital and is "fighting for his life", police have said.
Eyewitnesses at the scene say they believe he may have tried to divert it away from the busy road after a failed loop-the-loop saw it descend rapidly.
He has not been formally named by police or ambulance services.
More bodies may be found as investigators and emergency services continue to search the scene of the Shoreham Airshow plane crash, police said.
Seven people died when an historic Hawker Hunter fighter jet plummeted on to the A27 at Shoreham in West Sussex after failing to pull out of a loop manoeuvre.
The pilot was flown to the Royal Sussex Hospital, where he is in a critical condition and fighting for his life, Superintendent Jane Derrick, from Sussex Police, said.
He was named locally as Andy Hill, a former RAF pilot.
A further 14 people were injured, four of whom were taken to hospital, after the jet crashed at around 1.20pm on Saturday, shortly after beginning its display in front of thousands of spectators.
Horrified onlookers described seeing the plane flying low to the ground followed by a "huge ball of fire and black smoke".
Sadly we believe that seven people have lost their lives today when the jet crashed.
As far as we are aware all those who sadly lost their lives were on the road, and it was nobody within the air show perimeter on the actual airport.
At this time we are continuing to search ... the area to ensure that we have identified all the casualties.
It is possible that tonight and tomorrow we are going to find more bodies at the scene.
Supt Derrick would not comment on earlier speculation that the dead included two cyclists, but said there were "a number of people and bikes at the scene and the officers are working through that at the moment". She was also unable to say whether the pilot was able to eject. One of those injured was released from hospital last night.
David Cameron sent his "heartfelt condolences" to the families of those who died in the crash.
A Downing Street spokesman said: "The Prime Minister sends his heartfelt condolences to the families of the people who were so tragically killed after a jet crashed into several vehicles in West Sussex.
"The Prime Minister's thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of the victims."
Today's airshow has been cancelled as a mark of respect, organisers said.
A security lockdown was imposed at Southampton Docks this morning when three suspected illegal migrants tried to enter the port. They arrived on one of the ships overnight and were found in the container terminal. The three people were seized by customs - but the operation meant long delays for lorry drivers trying to access the port.
The firm which runs the port issued the following statement:
Overnight on the 11th August 2015 three intruders were apprehending on site at DP World Southampton.
Terminal operations were suspending for a period of time whilst a complete site sweep was undertaken in conjunction with the Police.
All three intruders were arrested and the police are dealing with this matter further.
Terminal operations resumed at 07.00 this morning.
Police say they are looking for a 14-year-old Crawley girl who went missing after visiting Pride in Brighton on Saturday.
Georgia Holder was last seen in the area of The Level around 6.20pm. It is thought that she was in the company of two male friends, possible called Ollie and Reagan, along with a younger girl.
Georgia is described as white, 5' 4", of slight build with with very long curly dark brown hair, hazel eyed and with a ring through her bottom lip, piercing to her right eyebrow, numerous piercings to her ears and wearing large, hooped earrings.
At the time she disappeared, she was wearing a white top, black jeans, pink cardigan and blue heels.
She may still be in the company of the boys. 'Ollie' is described as white, 6', slim, with short brown hair, bad teeth and wearing a blue T-shirt. He had a scrape on the right side of his lower back. 'Reagan' is white, 5' 2", slim with short brown hair and wearing a white T-shirt.
Police say Georgia is extremely vulnerable due to her age. If you know of her whereabouts or see her, please call 101 quoting serial 1342 of 01/08.