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West Midlands Police 2h
We're reminding people this evening about our earlier plea to not share photos of the harrowing collision in on social media. If anyone has images from last night please send them to fl_ collision _invest@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
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West Midlands Police 3h
Great News! Missing man Simon Carr has been found safe and well. Thanks to everyone who helped by sharing our appeal.
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West Midlands Police 3h
You can give us a call to discuss this further if you wish on 101.
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West Midlands Police 3h
Replying to @LeeNewarksno1
Just followed you so you can DM us
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West Midlands Police 4h
Recently retired officer Brian Carmichael is aiming to give the perfect present this by helping to save a child’s life through the Trust. Read the full story inside our advent calendar:
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West Midlands Police 10h
Supt Sean Phillips has described today as "a very harrowing and tragic incident which has happened just before Christmas". We remind anyone with information to please call us on 101, quoting log 175 of 17 December.
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West Midlands Police 10h
The Collision Investigation Unit is working on finding out how this collision happened. We are in the process of letting families know who have lost a loved one and cannot release any names or details until this has been completed.
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West Midlands Police 10h
Our thoughts are with all the families who have lost a loved one this morning in the serious collision on Belgrave Middleway. Supt Sean Phillips just announced the road is still closed and is likely to be for several hours. The road should be re-opened before rush hour tomorrow.
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West Midlands Police 10h
Our news conference regarding the collision in this morning has just started. Superintendent Sean Phillips has confirmed three vehicles are believed to have been involved, which left 6 people dead. At least 9 people were involved in total.
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West Midlands Police 13h
Recently retired officer Brian Carmichael is aiming to give the perfect present this by helping to save a child’s life through the Trust. Read the full story inside our advent calendar:
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West Midlands Police 14h
We are continuing to investigate a serious collision this morning involving three cars on Belgrave and Lee Bank Middleway in Birmingham. Six people have sadly been confirmed dead. Please avoid the area.
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West Midlands Police 21h
We’ll have a full update later today (Sunday). This will include the number of vehicles involved.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Replying to @EllieCullenPA @PA
Nothing further to add now, Ellie. There will be an update later today (Sunday). Our press office will open at 7:30am.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Replying to @javed2275
Everything we do we do it for you and everyone else we serve in this amazing region. Please keep the victims of this crash in your thoughts along with their family and friends.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Replying to @javed2275
Thank you, Javed. We’ll give you and the rest of our followers full details later today.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Unfortunately there are. We’ll have a full update for all our followers tomorrow.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Lee Bank Middleway.
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West Midlands Police 21h
Helpful to know. Thank you. Glad you’re safe.
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Birmingham Police 21h
Replying to @brumpolice
All first responders at the scene are doing their very best in very difficult and upsetting circumstances. This is a very serious incident. If you saw the crash happen or the circumstances leading up to it, please call us now on 101.
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West Midlands Police 21h
All first responders at the scene are doing their very best in very difficult and upsetting circumstances. This is a very serious incident. If you saw the crash happen or the circumstances leading up to it, please call us now on 101.
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