A man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after an investigation into a fatal collision in Nailsea.
James Bisset of Yatton has been charged with a number of other driving-related offences too including driving above the legal alcohol limit, driving with a controlled drug over the specified limit and possession of a Class A drug.
18-year-old Alex Gould died in the collision between a car and pedestrians in Clevedon Road in the early hours of 14 February.
The 18 year-old who died when a suspected drink driver hit a group of people in Nailsea early yesterday has been named as Alex Gould.
A 22-year-old man arrested following the crash in Nailsea that killed a teenager has been released on police bail.
The man from the North Somerset area was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, driving a motor vehicle while above the alcohol limit and possession of a controlled Class A drug.
An 18 year-old man died from head injuries while an 18-year-old man remains critically ill in hospital after a Volvo hit a group of people on Clevedon Road early yesterday.
One teenager has been killed and another man is fighting for his life after a suspected drunk driver crashed into four people walking along a road in Nailsea, near Bristol, this morning.
It happened just after 5am on Clevedon Road near to the fire station.
Sgt Tim Knight, Avon and Somerset Police:
Residents in Nailsea, North Somerset, are meeting this afternoon to discuss National Grid plans for an overhead power line between Bridgwater and Avonmouth, near Bristol.
The line will be rooted underground through the Mendip Hills - classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - but many residents want the entire 37-mile line underground. The National Grid says this would be too expensive.
This afternoon's meeting, at Nailsea Methodist Church, will be chaired by Dr Liam Fox MP (Con, North Somerset), the former Defence Secretary.
The winners of a competition aimed at giving high street sales in Nailsea a boost will be announced later today.
The Crown Glass Shopping Centre will be giving local people a shop free for a year. It's thought to be the first competition of it's kind in the country. More than 30 local people came up with ideas for the shop.
It has been a mystery to people in Nailsea.
For the last few weekends, Police have received reports of someone letting off fireworks in the town on Friday and Saturday nights.
Officers said noise from these fireworks has caused windows to shake and has woken residents up during the night.
Two off-duty Police Officers have now solved the noisy mystery.
A 27 year old local man has been letting off fireworks intended only for professional firework displays that require a licence to use them.
The man will be fined for possessing a category 4 firework in a public place.
As the autumn term draws to a close children across the west country are singing carols and putting on nativity plays.
Here are pupils from St Francis Catholic Primary School in Nailsea near Bristol with their rendition of the festive song 'Hallelujah'.