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Casualties feared as bus crashes into building

A bus has crashed into a building in Peterborough. Credit: Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue

Fire and rescue services are currently "extricating casualties" from a car after a collision which saw a bus crash into a building in Peterborough.

Cambridgeshire Police said they had been called to the incident on The Broadway at 11.43am, adding that details of injuries are unclear at this stage.

In a subsequent tweet, the fire service said it had rescued two people from a car.

People have been advised to avoid the area until further notice.


Man admits killing girlfriend and dismembering body

Vytautas Jokubauskas pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A factory worker has admitting killing his girlfriend and dismembering her body.

Ramute Butkiene's torso was discovered stuffed in a suitcase at the couple's Peterborough home in June.

Other body parts including her arms, legs and head were later recovered elsewhere.

Vytautas Jokubauskas, 57, pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denied murdering Ms Butkiene.

The Lithuanian further admitted preventing the burial of a corpse between May 28 and June 8.

But he will stand trial for murder at Southwark Crown Court on November 11.

Restaurant boss convicted of grooming offences

A restaurant boss is facing a lengthy prison term after being convicted of a string of grooming offences involving girls.

The Old Bailey heard father-of-five Mohammed Khubaib had a "persistent and almost predatory interest" in teenage girls.

The 43-year-old married businessman, originally from Pakistan, groomed the girls by giving them money, presents or cigarettes before plying them with vodka.

Following a trial, a jury found him guilty of forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform a sex act on him and nine counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation involving girls aged from 12 to 15 between November 2010 and January 2013.

Fellow defendant Manase Motaung, 32, was cleared of raping a 16-year-old and seven trafficking charges, involving six girls.

Remanding Khubaib, of Peterborough, in custody until May 15, Judge Peter Rook QC told him: "You must know the only sentence is a custodial sentence - and a long sentence."

Juliet Bremner, ITV News Correspondent, reports:

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