A police constable from Bridgwater captured a romantic moment when two road accident victims got engaged in her police car !
PC Nicola Rickards was called to the scene of a road accident which left the Citroen, belonging to Caine Hutchings and his girlfriend Emily Dukeson, in a ditch near Shapwick on the A39. No-one was hurt.
As Nicola was giving the couple a lift to safety from the scene, Caine proposed to Emily. He had been intending to pop the question at Blue Anchor but because of the accident they never reached their destination.
Caine did, and Nicola took a photo to capture the moment.
The couple plan to marry next year.
Residents in streets near the new Southmead Hospital are complaining that staff and visitors are cramming their cars into nearby streets. North Bristol NHS Trust says that a new multi-storey car park creating 2,700 spaces won't be built until Autumn 2015. In the meantime it is providing a number of spaces at the nearby BAWA club, but it appears these aren't being used.
Police are appealing for information following a collision involving a motorbike and two cars at Highnam, near Gloucester yesterday evening
The incident happened just after 5.30pm on the B4215, adjacent to Highnam Village Hall.
A 30-year-old man from Newent, riding a black Suzuki motorbike, was in collision with a silver Citroen C3 driven by a 19-year-old local woman and a grey Audi A3 driven by a 48-year-old local woman.
The man was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol with injuries to his leg and pelvis. He remains in a serious condition.
The women in the other cars were uninjured.
Road closures were in place until 11pm while a collision investigation took place.
Officers are appealing for witnesses to the collision, particularly the driver of a small blue car that was turning from the entrance to Highnam Village Hall who may be unaware of the crash.
Gloucester Rugby's England international openside flanker Matt Kvesic has signed a contract extension with the club.
The former Worcester player made 29 appearances last season
This morning will be sunny but cool with some moderate breeze.
More cloud will creep in over the afternoon, with the threat of rain near the Welsh border.
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Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill was frustrated at his team's defensive lapses which cost them two points against Bradford City even though they set a new club record of 14 matches unbeaten since the start of the season.
Despite Aden Flint's double, City were twice pegged back at Ashton Gate but still extended their lead at the top of League One to six points.
Dorset tank stars in Brad Pitt movieA scene from the film Fury starring a rather large extra from the Tank Museum in Dorset Credit: Colombia PicturesThe new Brad Pitt war film Fury goes on general release today, and one of the other stars of the show is a Sherman Tank supplied by The Tank Museum at Bovington in Dorset.
Pitt and his five man crew take it into Germany in the last months of the Second World War.
The Museum is holding an exhibition about its role in the film.
32 years after fighting in the Falklands, a war veteran from Weston-super-Mare has been presented with a South Atlantic Medal by the Prime Minister. It follows an extension of the qualifying criteria.
Previously only those who served before July 1982 were awarded the medal.
Clive Smith and 19 other veterans are the first to receive the medal since the eligibility was extended.
The South Atlantic Medal was given to nearly 30,000 soldiers.