A teenager who died in a car crash in Ashington has been named as Ricky John Tynemouth.
The 17-year-old from Guidepost was a passenger, when the car he was travelling in left the A196 near South Farm in Choppington on Wednesday, April 13.
A teenager has been killed in a car crash in Ashington.
At around 7.25pm on Wednesday, April 13, a blue Vauxhall Corsa came off the road on the A196 near South Farm, Choppington.
Emergency Services attended to the 17-year-old male passenger who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Two men aged 17, were taken to hospital for treatment. Their injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
The driver of the car, an 18-year-old man, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and remains in police custody.
A section of the A196 was closed for several hours to allow for collision investigation to take place.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
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The sister of a Northumberland man, facing his third Christmas awaiting justice in India, says her family is devastated that he won't be home before the new year.
Nick Dunn from Ashington is one of six Britons arrested for weapons offences inOctober 2013.
Two of the others are Paul Towers from York and Nicholas Simpson from Catterick.
In 2014 the case against the men was dropped by an Indian judge, but this decision was successfully appealed by the police, and the charges reinstated.
They have now been told that the final judgement in their case will be heard on January 11th.
Nick Dunn's sister Lisa broke down in tears when she reacted to the news:
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Poppies installed at the Tower of London to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of World War One last year will go on display in Northumberland.
The Weeping Window cascade is made thousands of handmade poppies, which will go on display at the Woodhorn Museum on Saturday September 12.
More than five million people visited the sculpture in London in 2014, and it is hoped at least 6,000 will visit the display in Ashington during its opening weekend.
The artwork is currently touring sites around the UK until 2018 before being put on permanent display at the Imperial War Museum.
The Woodhorn exhibition will be open everyday between 10am-5pm and will be on until November 1.
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Police say there was 'no third party involvement' following the discovery of a body in Ashington, Northumberland. A report is currently being prepared for the coroner.
Police have found the body of a man at a house in a road in Northumberland.
Officers arrived at Debden Road in Ashington after a call 'expressing concern'.
The man was pronounced dead at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary.