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Man 'in hospital' after falling from 14th floor

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Police in Merseyside have confirmed officers were in attendance on Washington Parade/Vermont Way in Bootle, yesterday following reports of an incident.

Police were called at around 12.30pm following reports the male had fallen from the fourteenth floor of a multi-storey car park

The male, who is in his 20’s, was taken to hospital with multiple injuries.

An investigation is underway and CCTV enquiries are ongoing in the local area.

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Fighting back - the eight year old injured in the Arena attack

A little girl who was injured in the Manchester Bombing reached a special milestone today.

Lily Harrison was guest of honour at her karate class, as it officially opened its new home.

And it completes a remarkable recovery for the 8 year old, who couldn't wait to get back to her martial arts.

Police dog Tyson tracks down armed raid suspects

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Suspected armed bank robbers have been stopped in their tracks by a police dog called Tyson.

He apprehended them in dense undergrowth after an incident at a bank in Levenshulme in Manchester.

A security worker was allegedly hit with a crow bar forcing him to drop the cash he was carrying.

Suspects had fled, first in a car and then on foot.

A man and a teenage boy have been arrested on suspicion of armed robbery.

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Man arrested after four hurt in plane crash

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A man's been arrested after a light aircraft crashed shortly after take off from City Airport, Barton.

Four people were on board and all walked way with minor injuries.

Police investigating the incident in September executed warrants at two addresses near Blackpool.

A 51-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of endangering an aircraft, fraud by false representation and other air navigation order offences.

Police are appealing to anyone who saw the collision or has any other information to get in touch.

"This is a complex investigation that has been undertaken in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Authority.

"Thankfully those involved in the collision are well on their way to recovering from their injuries, but we still need to make sure those responsible are held to account."

– Police Constable Suzanne Keenan of GMP's Serious Collision Investigation Unit

WATCH: Salford bridge opening delayed as developers and councils row over who should pick up costs

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A bridge in Salford is set to have it's opening delayed.

That's because developers Peel are at loggerheads with Trafford and Salford Councils over who should pick up the operating costs of the Barton Lifting Bridge next to the M60 Motorway.

The potential delay has caused anger among residents and businesses who say it's causing traffic disruption that's affecting their lives and livelihoods.

Tim Scott reports:

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