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Police identify woman who died in Peterborough crash

Police have identified a woman killed in a crash near Peterborough Credit: .

A woman who died in a crash near Peterborough has been identified by police.

Rachel Radwell, 46, was driving along the B1095, Ramsey Road, Peterborough, just after 2am on Monday when her grey Ford Fiesta was involved in a collision with a black Range Rover.

The 46-year-old, of Crane Avenue, Yaxley, was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital but died as a result of her injuries.

Anyone who witnessed the collision should call police on 101 and ask to speak to a member of the Road Policing Unit quoting incident 24 of 12 November.

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Man found on fire outside homeless hostel

A man in his 20s is in a critical condition after he was found on fire outside a homeless hostel in Peterborough.

He was discovered with severe injuries outside the YMCA in Wellington Street just after 8am on Thursday.

Police say they don't yet know the full circumstances - but they don't think anyone else was involved. The man, from Norfolk, has been airlifted to a specialist burns unit in Chelmsford.

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Man found stabbed to death in car in Peterborough named

Filip Jaskiewicz was found dead in a parked car in Stanground. Credit: Peterborough Police

Police have named a man who was found dead in a car in Peterborough on Sunday.

The body of 23-year-old Filip Jaskiewicz was discovered in a parked car in Oakdale Avenue in Stanground - he had been stabbed in the chest.

Police say they are in touch with his relatives in Poland.

Martyna Ogonowska, 18, of Victoria Place, Peterborough, has been charged with Filip’s murder.

A post mortem examination at Peterborough City Hospital concluded Filip died from a single stab wound to the chest.

'Guide Dogs for the Blind' appeal for puppy walkers

Guide Dogs for the Blind are appealing for people to volunteer as puppy walkers.

The aim of the job is to socialise and train the animals for a year before they go on their complete guide dog training with the charity.

ITV News Anglia invited Helen Sismore from the charity and Simon Daws who is a guide dog owner, into the studio to tell us more about what's needed.

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