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Road closed after car hits house in Bonvilston

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  • May 19, 2010
The main commuter route to Cardiff from the Vale of Glamorgan has been closed following a car crash in the early hours of the morning. South Wales fire service said they were called at around 0355 BST to Bonvilston where ...

Angler pulled from waist-deep mud in Paisley

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  • May 19, 2010
An angler has been rescued after sinking up to his waist in mud as he attempted to escape a rising tide. Coastguard rescue teams used specialist equipment to free the man from mud near the Inchinnan Bridge in Paisley at 1...

Man jailed for setting fire to student in sheep outfit

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  • May 19, 2010
A man who set fire to a Leeds University student dressed as a sheep because he was "trying to get a laugh" has been jailed for five years. Jason Whatley, 39, of Faroes Close, Fareham, Hampshire, admitted setting fire to S...

Life term for grandmother killer in Teesside

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  • May 19, 2010
Hodgson went on a spending spree using Mrs Thompson's bank card A burglar has been jailed for life after being convicted of strangling a Teesside woman in her bungalow then torching it to destroy the evi...

Two dead and five in hospital after school bus crash

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  • May 19, 2010
Police said one pupil was airlifted to hospital after the crash at Hatton A man and a woman died after a collision between a school coach and a car in Warwickshire. The pair were confirmed dead at t...

Race to save workers trapped after Turkey mine blast

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  • May 19, 2010
Rescuers in northern Turkey have been pumping air into a mine to save workers trapped underground. The miners are believed to have been confined 540m (1,770ft) below the surface following an explosion. Hundreds of pe...

At least nine killed in central Europe floods

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  • May 19, 2010
Floods in central Europe have left at least nine people dead, officials say. Parts of Poland, Slovakia, Serbia and the Czech Republic have been inundated after days of heavy rain burst river banks and inundated low-lying areas across the region....

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