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Firefighters rescue kitten from watering can

Firefighters in Devon have rescued a kitten who got its head stuck in a watering can.

One fire engine attended a property at Cleatlands Close at Tweenaway in Paignton last night after reports of a small kitten being trapped.

Crews rescued the kitten, which was stuck by its head in the spout, using small tools.

One fire appliance from Paignton attended a property to rescue a small kitten who was stuck in a watering can.

The kitten was unharmed. Duty of care was left with the owners.

– Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson

Concern for missing Devon woman

Martine Blair was last seen on Friday afternoon, 28 February Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

Police say they are increasingly concerned for a Devon woman who has been missing since Friday afternoon.

Martine Blair, who is 35 and from Newton Abbot, was last seen at 3.20pm on Friday 28 February in Derriford in Plymouth.

She is believed to be in the Paignton area and officers have been searching but have not been able to trace her. She is likely to be on her own and likes to visit the beach.

Anyone who has seen Martine, or know where she is, is asked to call police on 101 quoting log 759 of 28/02/14 Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

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Gorillas on show at Paignton

The striking painted gorillas that have spent the summer in prominent positions around Exeter and Torbay have been reunited at Paignton Zoo.

The 30 statues are on public display together for the next four days only .

They've been brought out a day earlier than expected in case of more visitors due to the teachers strike .

The Gorillas will be sold off at an auction on November 6th to raise money for the conservation of the species in the wild.

Gorilla statues at Paignton Zoo Credit: ITV News West Country

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