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Police have issued an appeal for witnesses after a crash on the A403 Severn Rd, between Pilning and Northwick.A car initially collided with a white lorry tractor unit before other vehicles became involved.A woman in her 40's was taken to Frenchay Hospital with life threatening injuries
Police say they're keen to trace the driver of the white Tractor Unit which was initially struck by the car, who had left the scene before the arrival of the Police.
– Tony Melville, Chair of the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board:
This is an extremely sad case where there has been the tragic loss of a young life. If nothing else I hope that today’s verdict offers some small measure of closure.
An independent Serious Case Review by the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board is being completed, carefully examining the role of public bodies involved in the case to see if there are any lessons to be learnt.
The complexity of this case will become apparent once that review is published early next year following the conclusion of all relevant legal processes. At that point we will be able to comment further on its findings
A Bristol father is facing jail after being convicted of killing his 16-week-old daughter.
Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken to death by her father, William Stephens, at her home in Bristol in January this year.
Paris's mother, 19 year old Danah Vince, was acquitted of causing or allowing the death of a child.
Stephens, who showed no emotion when the jury foreman returned the guilty verdict, will be sentenced tomorrow by Mr Justice Teare.
One lane is closed and there is heavy traffic on the M4 westbound due to spillage, recovery work and accident investigation work between J14 A338 (Hungerford) and J15 A346 Marlborough Road / 419 Marlborough Road (Swindon East).
The father of a three month old girl has been convicted of killing her. Paris Vince-Stephens was shaken at her family's home in North Bristol in January.
Today a jury found her father William Stephens guilty of her manslaughter. It emerged during the court case that social workers met with Paris' family ten times in the year leading up to her death.
A date’s been set for an inquest into the deaths of seven people who died in a crash on the M5 near Taunton two years ago.
34 vehicles were involved in the pile-up and fire in November 2011, making it one of the worst motorway accidents in the country.
Geoffrey Counsell, who staged a fireworks display at nearby Taunton Rugby Club ground, was cleared last week of breaching health and safety laws amid claims drivers could not see because of smoke drifting across the road.
West Somerset Coroner, Michael Rose says he will hold a full inquest at Taunton on March 31st.