A man was fatally stabbed on a bus in central London, sparking a murder investigation.
The 48-year-old victim was killed on the Route 189 bus in Gloucester Place, near the junction with Dorset Square, in Marylebone in the early hours of Friday morning.
It’s believed the victim boarded the bus at Brent Cross bus station at 11.13pm on Thursday.
Just less than an hour later, at around 10 minutes past midnight, Met Police officers were called to reports of a man wounded on the bus. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The force said they believe the stabbing took place on the bus, and are now appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh said: ‘I believe the victim boarded the bus at Brent Cross bus station at 11.13pm on Thursday April 27.
‘I want to hear from anyone who was at Brent Cross bus station, or who travelled on the 189 bus from Brent Cross towards the Marylebone area at around that time.
‘It is crucial that we speak with any potential witnesses. Even if you do not believe you saw anything significant, if you were at the bus station at around 11pm or on the bus then please call the incident room.’
20 Manchester United fans are feared dead after a power cable fell onto them as they watched the Red Devils in action last night.
Police confirmed at least seven were killed but officials fear the toll could be far higher after the tragedy in Nigeria.
Ten more were confirmed to be critically injured.
They had been watching United’s 2-1 win over Belgians Anderlecht in the Europa League.
Local Ukeme Joseph estimated at least 20 people had died after the wire collapsed onto the Calabar viewing centre where many Nigerians flock to watch Premier League teams.
Ex England star Ugo Ehiogu has tragically died in hospital after suffering a heart attack at Tottenham’s training ground yesterday.
The 44-year-old was taken to hospital by ambulance after receiving urgent medical treatment by the club’s medical staff at Hotspur Way in Enfield, North London.
His wife and son were informed he had suffered a cardiac arrest yesterday afternoon and rushed to his bedside.
Tottenham announced he had passed away in the early hours of this morning.
He was coaching Spurs’ Under-23 side at the time of his death.
Two policemen wounded in shooting on Champs Elysees in Paris, French media say
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A vehicle “mowed” into several members of a band who were set to march in a Mardi Gras parade in Alabama on Tuesday, injuring nearly a dozen people.
A city spokesperson said 11 people were injured, including three people who were in critical condition.
The vehicle was “a part of the parade,” according to an official, and witnesses told FOX10 that it was a white van with MOAA on its side that was driven by an elderly man. MOAA are the initials of the Military Officers Association of America.
The Department of Homeland Security was monitoring the situation.
Those hit were from the Gulf Shores High School Band, a parent at the scene said. A separate witness told FOX 10 the vehicle struck the students and “mowed them over.”
“A teenage band has just started to march down the parade route when they were struck from behind,” said Grant Brown, a spokesperson for the city of Gulf Shores. “The vehicle was a part of the parade.”
A murder investigation is under way after a man was stabbed to death in Wealdstone High Street on Monday evening (February 27).
Metropolitan Police officers were called to High Street near the junction with Gordon Road at around 6.50pm.
There they found a man, believed to be 34-years-old, suffering stab wounds.
He was rushed to a central London hospital in a critical condition but was sadly pronounced dead at around 2.30am on Tuesday morning (February 28).
Detective Chief Inspector Mark Lawson, leading the investigation, said: “We believe the area at that time of the stabbing, just before 6.50pm in the evening, would have been very busy with people coming from nearby Harrow and Wealdstone station.
“We are very keen to hear from anyone who was in and around the Wealdstone High Street area that may have seen or heard anything suspicious, especially from anyone who saw people running towards the station.”
A firefighter was killed after being run over by his own car in a freak accident.
Tommy Macaulay, 55, was crushed to death when his vehicle rolled on top of him outside a house in Scotland.
Today, his daughter Lauren paid an emotional tribute to the “most hard-working, selfless man you could ever meet”.
The cause of Friday’s accident in the Highland village of Helmsdale is unclear, but police said there are no suspicious circumstances.
The community was described as “a sad village united in grief” yesterday for one the its best-loved characters, the Daily Record reported .
Tartan Army veteran Tommy was described by daughter Lauren, 22, as “the Helmie footsoldier” .
She set up the Tommy Macaulay Book of Condolences on Facebook, which was quickly flooded with tributes and stories about her dad’s travels and exploits.
Theresa May reportedly plans to end rights given to EU nationals under freedom of movement rules when she triggers Article 50 next month, with a Government source claiming that otherwise “half of Romania and Bulgaria” might come to the UK before Brexit.
The Daily Telegraph reported the Prime Minister was expected to announce that EU citizens arriving after a “cut-off date” of around 15 March would not be entitled to live in the UK permanently.
However, under the plan, the 3.6 million EU citizens who are already in Britain and others who come before that date would have their rights protected — providing the same was true for UK citizens living in the EU.
Storm Doris has claimed its first victim after a woman died.
The pedestrian was confirmed dead at the scene outside Starbucks in Wolverhampton city centre after suffering “very serious head injuries”, West Midlands Ambulance Service said.
Rebecca Davis, a 40-year-old teacher from Wolverhampton, walked past shortly after the incident at around midday and saw a woman receiving CPR.
She said the woman – who looked to be aged “between 20 and 30” – appeared to have been hit by something resembling a piece of roof which had fallen off a building nearby.
“I think the wind broke it and caused it to fall. I don’t know if it was hit by something else or just the wind did it,” she told the Press Association.