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  1. Officers are appealing for witnesses and information in relation to a collision in Newent yesterday, Monday 7 March, which involved a vehicle and a horse. A vehicle struck the horse at around 4pm on Clifford's Mesne, near to The International Centre for Birds of Prey. The horse, pictured below, received veterinary treatment but due to the injuries sustained it was later euthanised. The rider, a 19-year-old woman, was thrown from the horse and went to hospital with injuries which are not believed to be serious. She was later discharged from hospital and is recovering at home. She is extremely upset by the ordeal. Inquiries are ongoing to identify the driver of the vehicle, which is reported to have been a silver or grey Vauxhall. It is believed the motorist, who did not stop at the scene, was a man aged in his 30s and was wearing a hi-vis at the time. At around 4.45pm, a short while after the collision, an abandoned vehicle was found alight nearby. Inquiries are ongoing to determine whether this was the vehicle involved. Police are appealing for any witnesses or anyone with information to come forward. Officers are also keen to hear from anyone who may have dashcam footage of the vehicle or who saw the driver leaving the scene. Information can be provided to police online by completing the following form and quoting incident 298 of 7 March: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/.../tell-us-about.../ You can also call police on 101. You can also provide information to independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or online https://crimestoppers-uk.org/
  2. Gloucestershire Fire Service crews along with Gloucestershire Police have been called to a fire at Longhope Business Park on Monmouth Road. The incident is under control but local residents have been advised to keep windows closed as there's smoke in the air. Photographs courtesy of Gloucestershire Police Thankfully no persons reported as trapped or injured at this time. The A4136 is currently closed from Huntley to Mitcheldean diversions are in place until emergency services have completed their work tome the site safe.
  3. Gloucestershire Constabulary are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man sadly lost his life in an accident on the A40 in the Forest of Dean yesterday (Monday 31 May) In a statement the police wrote;
  4. Police in the Forest of Dean dealt with an incident where fence panels had not been secured properly to the roof of this motorists vehicle, resulted in this lucky escape. Police reported the driver for an insecure load. 📷 Gloucester Police
  5. This grass snake was seen in the Forest of Dean this week. The photo was taken from distance but how beautiful to see such a wonderful creature in Herefordshire. Photograph courtesy of F.D.Williams Have you seen any snakes in the County?
  6. This is disgusting and getting out of hand and another clear intent to harm cyclists riding along the trail as well as people and animals. Photographs taken at Little Drybook in the Forest of Dean. Police have asked the riders to call 101 if any further evidence of this is found or if anyone has information regarding who the culprit (s) are.
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