Taxi driver Stephen Vaughan from Swansea died in February last year died when a tipper truck toppled over on top of his car in Bath.Read the full story ›
Police statement following tipper truck trial says they found the firm had a shocking company culture and a casual attitude towards safety.Read the full story ›
Here's a driver's perspective of how the tipper truck crash that killed four people in Bath in February last year happened.
Peter Wood and Matthew Gordon have been found guilty of the manslaughter of all four people killed in the Bath tipper truck crash.Read the full story ›
A West Country water company have revealed that popular toys have been fished out of the sewers after being flushed down the loo.Read the full story ›
The driver of the tipper truck which killed four people in Bath has been describing the moment when he realised he couldn't stop.
Four-year-old Mitzi Steady was among those who died in the crash in February last year but Philip Potter said today he hadn't realised he'd hit any of those who were killed.
Victoria Davies is outside Bristol Crown Court for us and sent this report:
Police are asking for the public's help to find a wanted man.
Mark Eastwood is wanted on a recall to prison after breaching the terms of his licence.
The 23 year old was released on licence after serving a 16-month prison sentence for affray and weapon offences. He has previous convictions for violent offences.
He’s believed to be in the Bath or Bristol area.
Police say Eastwood is considered to be a risk to the public and if anyone sees him they should not to approach him, but call 999 immediately.
If you know where he may be, or have any information on his whereabouts, please call 101.
The family and friends of three young men who all drowned along the same stretch of river have gathered in Bath to pay tribute to them.Read the full story ›
The owner of a tipper truck which killed four people, broke down in tears in court, as he recounted the "carnage" of the crash.Read the full story ›
A serious accident involving a car and a motorcyclist has shut the A4 eastbound Keynsham bypass.
Queueing traffic is building on the A4 Bath Road, A4175 Durley Hill and the A4174 (Hicks Gate Roundabout).
The incident is also affecting traffic heading into Keynsham and Bath.