Stunning photo book charts the world's most dramatic weather events, from tornadoes and lightning storms to 'UFO' clouds and mesmerizing mist
Weather by Robert J Ford features a dramatic collection of more than 160 images that demonstrate how 'the weather affects us all'. The book features snaps of everything from violent tornadoes and moody mists and fogs to powerful lightning storms and fierce blizzards. Scroll through to see our pick of the book's images...
A driver who fell asleep at the wheel and caused a head-on collision which killed her own mother has narrowly avoided jail. Janet Macey from Cranbrook was driving her mother’s Honda Jazz on the A229 at Hurst Green in Sussex when she drifted into the opposite carriageway and crashed into a Ford Mondeo.
Two men who were caught “interfering” with a van in Bucks have been ordered to pay thousands in compensation. Seamus McDonagh, 20, and Thomas McDonagh, 19, were both caught “interfering” with a Ford transit van in Chiltern Heights, Amersham, on March 2, Wycombe Magistrates’ Court heard on June 16.
Janet Macey, 65, was sentenced to 21 months’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months A Cranbrook driver who fell asleep at the wheel and caused a head-on crash – killing her own mother – has been convicted in court. Janet Macey was driving her mother’s car on the A229 at Hurst Green, East Sussex, when she drifted into the opposite carriageway and crashed into a Ford Mondeo.
A man has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a crash in north Wales. A white Citroen Berlingo van and a red Ford Focus were involved in the crash on the A487 Porthmadog bypass, in Gwynedd, at 8:30 BST on Tuesday. The van driver was flown hospital in Stoke.
An investigation is ongoing following a crash which has left a motorcyclist seriously injured in Darlington. Emergency services were called to the junction of Middleton Road and Darlington Road, in Sadberge, where a white Ford Transit van and a BMW motorcycle had collided. The rider sustained serious leg injuries and remains in hospital on Tuesday, July 27, Durham Constabulary has confirmed.
“Always male and mostly white … I don’t recall any Black people.” That was the original statement Amir Kayvan gave to Hamilton police on June 9, 2017, describing the men who bought trackers from the Toronto spy shop he owned, DoBuy Direct.
A driver who fell asleep at the wheel and caused a head-on collision – killing her own mother – has been convicted in court. Janet Macey was driving her mother’s Honda Jazz on the A229 at Hurst Green when she drifted into the opposite carriageway and crashed into a Ford Mondeo.
No one was seriously injured A driver was taken to hospital after a crash on the M4 near Swindon. Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash, which happened on the motorway's westbound carriageway near junction 15 at around 11.25am yesterday (July 26). The two-vehicle crash - which involved a grey BMW and a red Ford Focus - didn't lead to any serious injuries but the driver of the Ford was taken to hospital as a precaution due to shoulder, neck and back pain.
Emergency services were called to the scene on the A96, south of Keith near the Blackhillock junction. Photo: Google Maps An 18-year-old man has died and another is fighting for his life following a fatal road crash on the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road near Keith. Emergency services were called to the scene of the accident south of the Moray town at about 7.30pm on Monday.
A teenager has been killed in a crash on the A96 in which three other people were injured, one of them seriously. The 18-year-old man was driving a lime green Ford Fiesta which was involved in a collision with a yellow Ford Transit van. The crash happened between Keith and Huntly at around 7.35pm on Monday.
By Barrie Hudson - 27 July 2021 Community Share this Swindon Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision on the M4 near Swindon yesterday - 26 July. The two-vehicle collision, which involved a grey BMW and a red Ford Focus, happened on the westbound carriageway, close to Junction 15, at around 11.25am.
RUNNERS took on their parkrun course of choice for the first time in over a year. Those who took part welcomed the slight dip in temperature during their run after a scorching week-long heatwave. Helen Rann, organiser at Ulverston’s Ford parkrun, said the 5k event on Saturday was a huge success.
Unvaccinated university students could be banned from attending lectures in person when courses restart in September, after a minister refused to rule out making two Covid jabs a compulsory requirement. Boris Johnson has been considering the rule in a bid to increase vaccine take-up, reports the Times, and on several occasions on Monday morning education minister Vicky Ford did not deny the measures were being considered.
DETROIT, April 14 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co (F.N) on Wednesday outlined another series of plant shutdowns due to the global semiconductor chip shortage, with five facilities in the United States and one in Turkey affected. The No. 2 U.S. automaker did not outline how many vehicles would be lost in the latest actions, and reiterated it intends to provide an update on the financial impact of the chip shortage with its quarterly earnings on April 28, suggesting the hit could be bigger than initially forecast.
Premier Doug Ford says his government’s “comprehensive” plan to get students back to school, learning in person full time, will soon be released. Ford said Monday that Education Minister Stephen Lecce is working with the province’s chief medical officer of health “to come up with a strong plan.
Education minister Vicky Ford refuses to rule out plan floated by the PM Students could be required to be double-jabbed in order to attend university lectures in person and live in halls of residence, the government has signalled. Boris Johnson, who is reportedly “raging” at the low levels of vaccine uptake among the under-30s, is said to have floated the university plan in private meetings last week.
Chelmsford's MP also spoke about a drop in Covid cases Chelmsford's MP offered little sympathy to worried holidaymakers after fears Greece and Spain will be added to the government's 'amber plus' travel list. The new category, which currently only includes France, was created two weeks ago and involves stricter rules on Covid quarantine and testing on return to the UK.
Vaccination: Education minister refuses to rule out university students needing two jabs to attend lectures
If the Government was to push ahead with the plans it is likely they would be opposed by a significant number of Conservative MPs An education minister has refused to rule out whether university students will need double vaccination to be able to attend lectures this autumn. On Monday, i reported that the Government is planning a “freshers’ jab” campaign this autumn as part of efforts to increase vaccine uptake among the youngest groups in time for the winter when NHS pressure will increase.