Emergency staff have issued another plea for sensible parking after an ambulance was forced to take an alternative route to an emergency.
Shaun Howells, a paramedic with South Western Ambulance, posted pictures of the jam-packed roads his vehicle tried to navigate around in Yeovil.
Take a look at the moment a 4ft-long boa constrictor was rescued from a back garden in Yeovil.
The RSPCA say the snake is most likely a pet which either escaped or was simply abandoned:
The snake is currently being cared for at nearby Lufton College.
Animal welfare officers are urging people people to do their research before getting exotic pets as the number of abandoned reptiles has soared.
It’s hard to know for sure how this snake came to be in the undergrowth here but I think the caller got a bit of a surprise! It’s not everyday you stumble upon a 4ft snake in the bushes!
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More than 30 cars have been vandalised in Yeovil after an unprovoked attack. Police are appealing for witnesses.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after more than thirty cars were vandalised in Yeovil.
The incident took place in The Avenue and surrounding roads in the early hours of the morning.
The tyres on more than 30 vehicles were slashed – causing significant damage.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage.
Police have discovered human remains have been found in the back garden of a home.
Officers discovered the remains after a tip off that a stillborn baby may have been buried in the Yeovil home.
Following police enquiries in the St George’s area of Yeovil last week, we can confirm that remains have been located in the back garden of a property.
These enquiries commenced following a disclosure that a stillborn child might be buried at this location. This is unconnected to the current tenant.
Further forensic tests will now be carried out.
A 29-year-old woman has been arrested and bailed in connection with the discovery, pending further enquiries.
Police have urged the public not to speculate.
As our enquiries are continuing, we would ask the public not to speculate on the circumstances surrounding this incident.
We are continuing to work closely with the family concerned and helping them through this difficult time.
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Police are investigating an attack on a man in his 30s who suffered significant injuries following a racially aggravated assault in Yeovil.
The victim, a Polish national, was walking along St Michael’s Avenue at about 6pm on Friday, 24 June - the same day the results of the EU Referendum showed Britain wanted to leave the European Union.
He was approached by two men in front of the old Green Dragon pub. The men had come from the direction of Sherborne Road.
After asking the victim whether he spoke English the men then repeatedly punched and kicked him, continuing the attack as he lay on the floor.
The victim required hospital treatment after suffering a potentially life changing eye injury in addition to a fractured cheek bone and substantial bruising to his body.
This is a despicable attack on a man as he walked down the street which appears to be motivated purely by hate.
We’re taking this incident extremely seriously and are doing everything we can to support the victim who has been left psychologically traumatised as well as physically hurt.
The PCC and Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset have written an open letter condemning hate crime, which has more than doubled since the Brexit vote.
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