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Charlie Stubley sadly dies following Collision on Birchington Avenue

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision which occurred on Birchington Avenue, Grangetown on the 14th August 2016 in which an 18 year old Charlie Stubley who sadly died.

Charlie a had a bright future ahead of him after joining the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in March 2015.

The collision occurred at around 7:30pm on Birchington Avenue at its junction with St Andrews Rd East and involved an Orange Ford Ka and a red off road style motorcycle. As a result of the collision the 18yr old named locally as Charlie Stubley was a motorcyclist who sadly passed away the scene.

Police are appealing for witnesses that would have seen the red motorcycle in the Birchington Avenue area of Grangetown prior to the collision and specifically the driver of a Silver Vauxhall Meriva/Zafira which is believed to have passed the scene of the collision prior to it occurring.

Thousands of tributes have been left on social media. One commented on how Charlie was about to head to Germany within months and had such a bright future ahead of him.

Another said Charlie was harmless never having a bad bone in his body.

Tracey Stubbly Charlies mother said “I was only 17 when I found out I was having Charlie, such a shock but he was one of the best shocks that has ever happened to me. There was no better feeling than when he was born in 1997.

“My first born baby boy, he was always my blue eye, a mammy’s boy.

“He wouldn’t have anyone else but his mammy, always attached to my hip for his short 18 years.

“He was no angel at school until we moved schools and in the past few years he did everything to make us proud. We were so proud when you joined the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) in March 2015.

“Charlie loved motorbikes and got his first PW50 at 3 years old for Christmas. His face lit up the room that morning. He always wore all the motorbike gear.

“I’ve got years of memories but I don’t want memories I want you. Our hearts are ripped in two. You were a lovely lad, always proud and inspirational. My blue eyed, my very own soldier boy Craftsman Stubley REME.

“Love you always and forever, your Mam, Dad, Aleisha and Archie XXX”

Any witnesses are asked to contact PC Sharon Smith of the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101, quoting event number 147326.

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Terror suspect not cooperating with police Assistant Commissioner says

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Met Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu is providing an update outside New Scotland Yard.

He says the suspect, who is yet to be formally identified, is “not currently cooperating” with officers.

He adds police cordons are “likely to be in place for some time” as the investigation continues.

Basu says there “wasn’t a police car in pursuit of the vehicle” prior to it crashing into a security barrier outside Parliament.

He adds: “I believe it was an ambulance on a completely unrelated call.”

Armed officers are currently dealing with an ongoing incident outside of Parliament.

A vehicle was involved in a collision and armed police quickly deployed to the scene.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament.

Met Police have confirmed a number of people have been hurt and the male driver has been arrested

Armed police approached the vehicle after it crashed into barriers.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place.

The nature of the incident is not yet clear.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

Again almost half an hour after the incident police have further extended the cordon.

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Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after two hurt

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Police have arrested a man on suspicion of terror offences after two people were injured when a car crashed into security barriers outside parliament.

The silver car is believed to have hit two cyclists before it crashed into security barriers at a checkpoint outside of parliament.

Two people have been treated at the scene and transferred to hospital for treatment.

Police have now confirmed that counter-terror officers are leading the investigation, The driver who is a man in his 20s, wearing a white shirt and a black hooded puffer jacket, was detained at the scene and is now in custody.

Met Police confirmed they were dealing with an ongoing incident, which involved armed officers outside of the Houses of Parliament.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament within a security checkpoint.

It would be very unusual for a member of the public to be within this access point, this access point is guarded by armed police and only people on official Parliament business are granted access to this car park.

Unarmed officers held back from the incident this morning while awaiting armed officers to attend, police held the ambulance and fire service back until the situation was deemed safe.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place, shouting to passers-by to clear the area. The cordon was quickly extended further and again further until the area of Westminster was placed on lockdown.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

 

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Armed Police responding to incident outside of Parliament

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Armed officers are currently dealing with an ongoing incident outside of Parliament.

A vehicle was involved in a collision and armed police quickly deployed to the scene.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament.

Met Police have confirmed a number of people have been hurt and the male driver has been arrested

Armed police approached the vehicle after it crashed into barriers.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place.

The nature of the incident is not yet clear.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

Again almost half an hour after the incident police have further extended the cordon.

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