Three people have been airlifted to hospital following a head-on collision which closed the A39 in North Devon for most of the day.
It happened this morning west of Bideford between Higher Clovelly and Buck's Cross when a BMW carrying a family of four was involved in an accident with a Vauxhall Astra.
Two children were hurt in the crash. Their injuries are not thought to be serious.
One of the main roads joining Bideford and Clovelly is closed in both directions after a serious accident. The incident has involved two vehicles between the Clovelly Roundabout and Buck's Cross (Bideford Bay Caravan Park).
Police are on scene near to the Milkyway Adventure Park and say they expect the road to be closed for most of the afternoon.
A couple from Somerset, whose son took his own life as a student, are hoping to save dozens of lives in his name.
Chris and Debbie Rundle from Williton were determined to turn their son Toby's death into something positive.
They raised more than a £170,000 towards the cost of a new lifeboat, which took to the waters off Clovelly in North Devon for the first time this weekend.
Richard Lawrence reports:
The newly named Atlantic class inshore lifeboat Toby Rundle took to the water of Clovelly on Saturday.
The lifeboat has been funded by a fundraising appeal started four years ago by the family and friends of Somerset student Toby Rundle.
More than £174,000 was raised towards the cost of the lifeboat in memory of Toby who died in 2009 as he was starting his third and final year of studies at Oxford University. He was the only son of journalists Chris and Debbie Rundle.
Crewed by RNLI volunteers, the Toby Rundle went into service officially on 6 May and on Saturday Philippa Rundle, Toby’s sister, officially named her in front of over a hundred of his close family and friends.
A lifeboat was officially named in Clovelly today in memory of a young student.
The 'Toby Rundle' went into service at the beginning of May, after friends and family raised nearly 2 hundred thousand pounds towards the cost. Today the boat was officially named by Toby's sister.
A Royal visit is normally a cause for celebration - and today was no exception in Barnstaple, when the Princess Royal opened a new play park as part of a multi-million pound redevelopment:
Princess Anne has unveiled a plaque at Clovelly, marking the death of 21 men in a sea disaster there in 1838. As well as speaking to the descendants of those mariners, and local fishermen, she is also meeting the Shipwreck Mariners Society's supporters and volunteers.
The charity began here in Clovelly after the 1838 tragedy and over 175 years has supported hundreds of thousands of mariners and their families in need.
Princess Anne walked down to the harbour along the famous cobbled street in Clovelly: a test for many due to its steepness and uneven surface.
Princess Anne is a keen horsewoman and took great interest in the village donkeys that had transported goods up and down the steep sloped village for centuries. They are no longer working animals and are now used as a tourist attraction.
HRH The Princess Royal has officially switched on the Diamond Jubilee Fountain at Clovelly at the start of her North Devon visit today. The fountain has been newly restored and is dedicated to her mother HM Queen Elizabeth II.