Police have encircled the Royal Hospital after being called to deal with an incident outside of A&E. Since 10.30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 3, Prescot Street has been closed between Moss Street and Low Hill. Patients are also advised to stay inside and away from the hospital’s doors.
An 11-year-old schoolgirl committed suicide before being discovered dead in her bed. “Although this incident will create disruption to those who live, work, and are being treated, I would like to reassure people that it is being confined and there is a no wider concern to the public,” Chief Inspector Steve Hardy said.
“We appreciate everyone’s patience and urge that anyone who requires medical services keep an eye out for more developments this morning.” A woman who lost her childhood sweetheart in Ibiza vows to keep his memories alive.
Richard Canavan, 30, of Kensington, died tragically last August after falling 500 feet from a Spanish island beauty spot.
According to his Kensington-based partner Rose Phillips, Richard was “her entire life,” and the two “lived in each other’s pockets.” A Maserati driver claimed cops treated him “like a sport” during a traffic stop.
The 29-year-old said the couple had moved to Spain a few years before Richard’s murder and planned to celebrate their anniversary in Ibiza. Richard fell from the cliff on the first day the couple arrived on the island, causing a calamity.
A ‘bubbly’ mother of two who ‘had her whole life ahead of her,’ according to a mourning family. Lauren Johnson, 33, was murdered on College Road in Crosby in October 2016 when a Toyota Auris mounted the pavement and struck with her.
Lauren was a pedestrian on October 28 when she was struck by a fast automobile driven by George Steele, 72, at Bootle Town Hall, according to an inquest hearing. As per Washingtonnewsday, a Maserati driver claimed cops treated him “like a sport” during a traffic stop.
The couple’s wife, Jacqueline Steele, who was a passenger at the time of the tragedy and appeared through video link, said the pair was in love. “The summary has come to an end.”