The Christmas holiday getaway suffered a terrible start today as the A38 in Devon was shut northbound for several hours after a tanker crashed off the road and down an embankment.
Passengers are being warned there's disruption on First Great Western trains between Exeter St Davids and Plymouth. A person's been hit by a train at Totnes.
Trains may be delayed or cancelled as a result of this incident.
There's some sunshine forecast today with lighter winds and sunny spells, although it won't be as mild as yesterday.
It should be brighter everywhere this afternoon. Feeling a bit cooler but if you get out of the breeze and into the sun, it'll feel quite pleasant.
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Exeter City have moved into the play-off positions in League Two and are undefeated in the last ten games.
Their success has meant players are attracting interest from other clubs - particularly 19-year-old midfielder Matt Grimes.
Manager Paul Tisdale says the club is trying to stay focused.
Experts are predicting a 2% increase in houses prices in the South West next year.
According to the annual market forecast from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the region is set for one of smallest regional growths in the country.
A main road in Somerset which has been closed for 11 weeks for flood protection works re-opens this morning.
The A372 at Beer Wall was flooded for several weeks last winter. Somerset County Council is confident the works will keep the road open if there is a repeat of those conditions.
There are more works to come next spring, when four new culverts will be installed as part of the 20 Year Flood Action Plan.
Repairs are due be completed today on one of Newquay's Huer's Huts.
Situated on Towan Head, the hut dates from the 19th Century, and was used by lookouts to spot shoals of pilchards in Newquay Bay. The work has cost £30,000.
It is hoped the wraps can come off early in January.
A mother from Devon is urging the NHS to approve a drug that could help treat children with muscular dystrophy.
Ruth Le Gal's son Leo is being treated with Translana in America - and while it is widely approved elsewhere in Europe, the NHS are yet to make it available here.
She says it is vital children get it as soon as possible.