Tributes paid to A4 Derry Hill car crash victims

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The car crashed into a house on the A4 London Rd, in Derry Hill, near Chippenham, in the early hours of Sunday

Tributes have been paid to four young men who died when the car they were in crashed into a house and caught fire.

The crash happened in the early hours of Sunday on the A4 London Rd, in Derry Hill, near Chippenham.

They have been named locally as Corey Owen, Ryan Nelson, Jordan Rawlings and Matthew Parke.

Three of them attended Kingsbury Green Academy which said they had “enriched the lives of so many members of the community with their humour and care”.

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Floral tributes left at the scene are due to be moved close to the Lysley Arms pub

The principal, Jason Tudor, said on the school’s Facebook page: “We share your sadness and your loss and recognise that

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After car crash, renters say landlord is forcing them to pay for repairs

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    CASTLE PINES, CO (KCNC) — Two months after an alleged drunk driver crashed into and through five garages in Castle Pines, two former renters say the property management company is holding them financially responsible for damage they didn’t cause.

Sisters Heather and Alicia Doyon, who moved out of their unit at Avant at Castle Pines in late July, tell CBS4 they are being charged for a garage door they believe was damaged in the incident.

“My assumption is that when she went in through both sides that the force of the crash caused the garage door to bow, because we had just gone in through the garage the day before,” Doyon said.

The Doyons’ troubles started early in the morning on June 23 when South Metro Fire Rescue crews responded to their corner of Kendall Court, after a neighbor crashed into several garages,

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Phil Hogan adamant he did not break HSE guidelines in ‘car crash’ RTE interview

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EU Commissioner Phil Hogan sat down with RTE’s Tony Connelly today to discuss the Clifden golf controversy and the major political fallout that we’ve seen as a result.

Mr Hogan submitted a report on the manner in which he travelled to an Oireachtas Golf Society event in Galway last week to the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.

However, reports have since emerged that Hogan was in Limerick on the day before his 14-day period of restricted movements when reentering the country was reached.



Phil Hogan wearing a suit and tie: EU Commissioner Phil Hogan spoke with RTE News today to discuss the Clifden golf controversy and the political fallout that we’ve seen. Pic: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie


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EU Commissioner Phil Hogan spoke with RTE News today to discuss the Clifden golf controversy and the political fallout that we’ve seen. Pic: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

‘I checked with hotel authorities and I also checked with the organisers that they were complying with COVID-19 regulations,’ Mr Hogan said of making his decision to attend the event.

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Couple reunites with dog, Roo, after car crash | Us World News

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Sacramento, CA (KOVR) — A couple survived a horrific car crash then began an all-out search for their dog that was thrown from the backseat through the rear window. They were sure she was a goner, but they never gave up.

After a road trip to Bodega Bay on the first weekend of August, Stepfanie and Duane Grows put their three-year-old dog Roo in the car for the drive back to El Dorado Hills. But on the drive home, they were involved in a bad crash along Interstate 80 near Fairfield.

“As soon as we landed, we both looked at each other and said, ‘Are you okay?’ ‘Yes,’ ‘Are you okay? ‘Yes.’ And then Duane turned behind the seat and yelled ‘Roo, Roo, Roo,’ and noticed she wasn’t there,” Stefanie Grows said.

Not only was she not there, but Roo had been thrown from the car, right through the back

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