A woman has died after a crash near Barnstaple.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the two-vehicle collision between a Ford Focus and an HGV on the A39 near Barnstaple.
The driver of the Ford Focus, a 49-year-old woman from Bideford, has now died as a result of her injuries.
It's hard to believe that the trial of two men accused of causing the death of North Devon teenager Scarlett Keeling is still going more than four years after it began at Goa's Childrens Court. To make matters even worse for her mum, Fiona MacKeown, she's had no contact from the Indian authorities to let her know how the case is progressing and when it might end.
Fiona says: "I think it's ridiculously bizarre you know my daughter was murdered in their country. You'd think that they would have some kind of duty to inform about what's happening but they don't."
The two local men are accused of drugging and assaulting Scarlett and a version of manslaughter for leaving her on the beach, where the authorities say she then drowned. It's not just a mother's grief that refuses to accept this version of events - Fiona says the evidence proves it was murder - but the Indian police have never identified the others believed to have been there the night Scarlett died.
"I don't think it's going to be a hundred per cent satisfactory because they still use the phrase left on the beach to die when that wasn't the case. She was held face down in the water forcibly, I've seen the bruises on her body and that would be the hundred per cent satisfactory outcome to find whoever did that to her, and see them go to prison for a long time. But the men that they've got have got some involvement so I don't know, I'll have to wait, waiting is what I've done."
The Childrens Court only sits a couple of times a month and has many cases on its books so trials run side by side over many years.
"It's appalling there's very little support from the countries that it happens in, they really don't seem to care much, they seem to care how it affects the tourist industry rather than the people themselves. All the people that I've spoken to that has had somebody murdered in Goa says the same thing. The hardest thing is the way that the country has treated us, it's hard enough to lose somebody but to be treated like that is appalling."
And so the wait goes on for Scarlett's family, justice as far away as ever
One man died and another was taken to hospital after a boat capsized in a North Devon estuary. Police were called to an overturned pleasure boat at Bideford Bar at 11.33am after a nearby boat raised the alarm. Paramedics, the RAF search and rescue helicopter and the Coastguard also attended.
A man, believed to be in his 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene and officers are working to contact his next-of-kin.
Devon & Cornwall Police say the other man had only "minor injuries" and was taken to hospital in Exeter.
Two dogs were also recovered, but one died.
Swansea Coastguard watch officer Marc Lancey said the men were not wearing lifejackets.
"The area is a known hazard locally and widely (but) the sea was quite calm with light winds."
A man's been killed and another has been taken to hospital after their boat capsized on the Bideford Bar in the Torridge estuary.Read the full story ›
A person has died and another has been taken to hospital after their boat overturned at Bideford Bar in North Devon.
The Appledore Inshore lifeboat was launched at about 11am after it was reported that two people were in the water. The Westward Ho! coastguard team also assisted.
The Appledore Lifeboat and Westward Ho! coastguard team have been called to a capsized vessel on Bideford Bar on the North Devon coast.
The call came in to Swansea Coastguard at 11am this morning.
Two people were reported to be in the water. The Coastguard says the incident is ongoing.
A39 blocked at Torridge Bridge at Bideford as gale force winds blew a lorry over and into the path of a car. Walking wounded but not seriously hurt.
An investigation has been launched after a man died in Bideford, Devon.
Police were called to the River Torridge where the man was found collapsed by the side of the water.
A spokesperson for the police said they could not confirm whether he had been pulled from the river.
The man, who has not yet been identified, was taken to North Devon District Hospital but was pronounced dead.
It's estimated that the trial of 2 men accused of killing Scarlett Keeling could take another 6 years.Read the full story ›