A serious crash involving four vehicles in Hampshire has left a pensioner and a woman in her early 20s needing hospital treatment.
Both were suffering from sustained shoulder, hip and back injuries after the crash.
Four other people, including one child, sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene.
Two cars ended up off the road after the collision on the A35 north of Holmsley.
Two ambulances, the air ambulance and a rapid response vehicle were sent to the scene yesterday afternoon.
Police at Hythe have issued an appeal for information about a dog which was stolen from Longdown Dairy Farm, Ashurst. The 11-month-old black cocker/poodle dog was stolen from holding kennels at the farm between 1.30pm and 2.30pm, 30th August. Thieves forced the locked kennel gate to take the dog.
The dog is the size of a Jack Russell terrier. It has a red, blue and cream leather collar, but no identification tag. The owners are a family from Oxford who are on holiday at the Holmsley campsite.
Hythe PC Bridget Stone appealed for anyone who is aware of someone who has suddenly acquired a dog of the missing pet’s description to contact police at Hythe on 101 or the anonymous Crimestoppers charity line on 0800 555 111.
An inquest into the death of a six-year-old who died while camping heard today her parents found the youngster unresponsive. Isabelle Harris died on Good Friday in Southampton General Hospital. She had become ill at the Holmsley campsite in the New Forest. No cause of death has been established.