The wife of a man who died when two cars plunged into a river in Buxton paid tribute to the "wonderful and loving" father.Read the full story ›
Two children and their mother are still recovering after a crash in which their father was killed in Buxton.
David Cox was driving his daughter to school when his car skidded off the road and plunged into a river.
A second car containing his wife and son crashed into the river moments later.
A man who died after his car left the road and into a river in Buxton, Derbyshire, has been named as David Cox.
The 42-year-old was taking his 11-year-old daughter Tess to school when their Toyota Aygo left the path and crashed into the River Wye in Derbyshire.
Moments behind them in a separate car, a Toyota Rav 4, was his wife Ruth, 39, and son Ioan, nine.
Mrs Cox also lost control yesterday as she drove along the bridlepath which runs near the Monsal Trail, north of the A6 in Derbyshire.
The children and their mother managed to get out of the cars and get safely to shore but Mr Cox was unable to escape.
Mr Cox was taken to Stepping Hill hospital where he later died.
The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) in Buxton has created a robot that is able to accurately simulate projectile vomiting.Read the full story ›
The family of a marine who was killed on the front line will launch this year's poppy appeal in Buxton.
Marine Scott Taylor was died in an explosion in Afghanistan in 2010.
His brother, who is a serving marine is due to attend.
One lane blocked and delays due to a broken down bus on the A515 London Road northbound between Harpur Hill Road and B5059 Dale Road.
The bus has broken down just before the traffic lights and is affecting traffic into Buxton.
it's known as the 'Blue Lagoon', but the flooded former quarry near Buxton hides a toxic secret.
It's so polluted that it's almost as toxic as bleach.
There are warning signs that state the water can cause skin and eye irritations and stomach problems, but people continue to swim there.
People are being warned against swimming in a former quarry full of chemicals.
It's known as the 'Blue Lagoon' and it's tranquil turquoise waters draw people from far and wide.
But experts say it's PH levels make it almost as toxic as bleach.
A campaign is underway to stop people flocking to a beauty spot in Buxton, as experts say it's PH levels make it almost as toxic as bleach.
The council says the land is privately-owned, making it difficult for extreme action to be taken.
A campaign is underway to stop people flocking to a beauty spot in Buxton, as experts say it's PH levels make it almost as toxic as bleach.Read the full story ›