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A motorist and a homeowner have had a lucky escape after a car left the the A379 in Devon and hit the side of a house.
Police were called to the street in Yealmpton, South Devon in the early hours of this morning (Saturday)
The vehicle had crashed through some railings and hit the side of the house.
Devon and Cornwall Police say the motorist escaped with minor injuries and no-one who was in the house at the time was hurt.
Officers from Devon and Cornwall Police said the motorist escaped with minor injuries and no-one in the house was hurt.
Anyone who saw what happened is being asked to call 101.
The protest comes just a day after the Clinical Commissioning Group recommended the closure of four community hospitals in South Devon.Read the full story ›
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Four community hospitals in South Devon are to close, the Clinical Commissioning Group has announced.Read the full story ›
These stunning photographs show the impressive bird of prey trying to hunt on Dartmoor in Devon.Read the full story ›
A chilly frosty start but blue skies for most of the day.Read the full story ›
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If approved they could be one of the first councils in the UK to impose fines for those caught giving food to the birds.
Leave them alone, we are the reason they are forced to seek food inshore because we have decimated the fish stocks. Another beautiful and majestic creature to be persecuted by man.
This won't make any difference...the gulls will still be there, eating all the food people can't be bothered to put in bins once they've had their fill.
The council should fine folks who drop food in the street, not folks who feed these lovely creatures.
@itvwestcountry perhaps if we stopped over fishing their food source they wouldn't need to scavenge for food. Fining won't solve anything!
Stopping feeding them will make them more aggressive and more likely to snatch food from peoples hands. They are a menace.
A big fat YES from me, but who would police it?
Yes, they don't need encouraging - they belong on the coast, not in towns where they are blocking people's chimneys and gas terminals.
This is the moment Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was given a proper West Country welcome to Home Park.
He was presented with a giant pasty to give him a taste of a South West delicacy.
So, how did it go down?
It's after Mr Klopp joked that he had no idea where Plymouth actually was, this present was put together to help educate him: