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Woman dies after ‘altercation’ and car chase – prompting police hunt for occupants of Mercedes that sped off | UK News

A murder inquiry has been launched, with police hunting for the occupants of a black Mercedes after a woman died following a “dangerous” car chase.

Emergency services were called to B902 New Carron Road in Falkirk at around 6.10pm on Saturday after two vehicles collided.

The 27-year-old female driver of a silver Vauxhall Vectra was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her 22-year-old male passenger was taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for treatment, while the 39-year-old male driver of a black Volkswagen Tiguan also suffered minor injuries.

Police Scotland said the woman’s death was being treated as “suspicious”.

Shortly before the crash, investigating officers say those in the Vauxhall were involved in an “altercation” with the occupants of a black Mercedes C-Class outside an address in Foundry Street.

Police say the Mercedes pursued the Vauxhall on to New Carron Road “in a dangerous fashion” and then fled the scene after the crash.

Detective Inspector Hazel Reid said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the woman at this very difficult time.

“We have a dedicated team of officers working on this investigation and extensive enquiries are ongoing at this time.

“It is imperative we trace the occupants of the black Mercedes who fled the scene.

“We believe this vehicle has pursued the Vauxhall in a dangerous fashion, resulting in a crash with the Volkswagen Tiguan.”

Officers have been gathering CCTV footage from the surrounding area and carrying out door-to-door enquiries.

Anyone with information, private CCTV or dashcam footage is being urged to come forward.

Inspector Reid added: “We will have a continued police presence in the area and anyone with any concerns can approach these officers.

“It is vital that we find out more about what has happened as soon as we can and I would urge anyone with information to contact us as soon as possible, no matter how insignificant it might seem.”

Man found dead on train tracks after car chase with police in Streatham | UK News

A 34-year-old man has died on train tracks in south London after a car chase with police officers.

The Metropolitan Police said the car failed to stop at 3.26am on Wednesday as it headed towards Streatham High Road.

“A vehicle pursuit was authorised and officers followed the car for a short time, indicating it should stop,” said a Met statement.

The driver ran away after crashing in Brunswick Mews, Streatham, and police lost sight of him in nearby Potters Lane, the force said.

A police helicopter joined the search and a body was spotted on tracks near Estreham Road.

The power to the lines was turned off so the emergency responders could get to the man.

Police said: “As soon as the lines were confirmed as safe, officers and paramedics approached the man who was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.”

The Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards has been informed and the Independent Office for Police Conduct is also investigating.

Man shot dead in police chase in south London is named | UK News

A man shot dead by police after a car chase in south London has been named.

Chris Kaba, who was in his 20s, died in hospital in the early hours of Tuesday morning after being shot at about 10pm in Kirkstall Gardens in Streatham Hill.

Metropolitan Police officers said they used a tactic where they deliberately crash into a car in an attempt to bring the chase to an end in the residential street.

Local residents reported hearing gunshots and the police helicopter hovering overhead.

Friends gathered at the scene of the shooting on Tuesday, questioning whether the man who was shot had been carrying a gun.

Police said Mr Kaba received first aid from officers at the scene before being taken to hospital, but he died at 12.16am.

Cordons are in place on Kirkstall Gardens and New Park Road, with a forensic tent put up and officers gathering evidence at the scene.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC), the police watchdog, said it declared an independent investigation shortly before midnight, as is standard after a police shooting, and investigators were sent to the scene.

The regulator said: “Our thoughts and sympathies are with all of those affected by this terrible incident.

“Our investigation remains in the very early stages.”