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Appeal for help to find Swindon teenager

Jessica Horton is not thought to have cash or a mobile phone with her. Credit: Wiltshire Police

Police are appealing for information to help locate a teenage girl from Swindon.

Jessica Horton, 14, was last seen at her school shortly before 9:00 am yesterday (Monday 24 November 2014). She has not been heard from since.

Officers are very concerned for her welfare and ask her to make contact so they can make sure she is safe.

Jessica is around 5ft tall and was last seen wearing a navy blue jumper, skirt and quilted jacket. She was carrying an 'over the shoulder' bag but is not thought to have cash or a mobile phone with her.

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Man killed in Marlborough crash named as Max Pearson

A man who died in a crash involving a single car in Marlborough has been named.

21-year-old Max Pearson, who's from the town, was fatally injured in the crash on Sunday morning on Grand Avenue, a private road in Savernake Forest.

Three other young people also travelling in the same car - a Silver Renault Clio - were seriously injured and a fourth passenger suffered minor injuries.

Police do not believe another vehicle was involved in the collision but are appealing for information from anyone who may have seen the crash or the car before it happened.

Met Office issues fog warning for the West

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of fog affecting Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire, Bristol, Devon, Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire.

It will come into force from 7pm tonight and last until 10am tomorrow, Tuesday 25 November.

Freezing fog is predicted tonight, which will reduce visibility and make driving more dangerous Credit: PA

Patchy fog is expected to form soon after dark tonight and then will become quite widespread and locally dense. It will freeze during the evening, reducing visibility to less than 100m in places.

It is likely to persist through tomorrow's rush hour but may begin to disperse as cloud increases from the south.

Transport could be disrupted so commuters should be prepared.

Health workers picket the BRI in Bristol

Health workers and ambulance staff across the region have been taking part in a four hour strike in a long-running dispute over pay.

They walked out between 7am and 11am today and will be working to rule for the rest of the month.

Health staff picket the Bristol Royal Infirmary as part of the national action Credit: ITV News
Staff are calling for a 1% pay increase, which the Government says it can't afford Credit: ITV News
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