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Flood-risk villagers return home to Pennal in Gwynedd

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  • June 10, 2012
Villagers evacuated because of the risk of flooding from a reservoir have been told it is safe to return home. Police said a controlled release of water from a disused quarry at Pennal, Gwynedd, had eased pressure on a wall. Earlier, police were tryi...

Fire at derelict Guernsey hotel treated as 'suspicious'

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  • June 10, 2012
A fire at a former hotel in Guernsey is being treated as suspicious by police. Firefighters spent six hours tackling the fire at the derelict Idle Rocks Hotel, in Jerbourg. At its peak, about 20 firefighters fought the blaze. Guernsey Fire and Rescue...

House fire in Sherborne believed to be arson, police say

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  • June 10, 2012
A house fire in a Dorset town is being treated as suspicious by police. Nobody was at the property in Knotts Paddock, Sherborne, when the suspected arson was carried out, police said. The blaze, which was tackled by crews from Dorset Fire and Rescue ...

Toddler and woman in hospital after Bourton Westwood crash

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  • June 10, 2012
A toddler and a woman in her 20s were among six people injured a crash in Shropshire, it has emerged. West Midlands Ambulance service said six people were injured in the incident involving two cars on the B4378 at Bourton Westwood on Saturday. The yo...

Pregnant woman rescued from River Derwent in Derby

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  • June 10, 2012
A heavily pregnant woman is fortunate to be alive after she fell into a river in Derby, a firefighter has said. She is thought to have slipped down an embankment of the River Derwent off Prospect Place, near the Pride Park football stadium. Firefight...

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