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British decathlete Ben Gregory fighting for life after serious bike crash | UK News

British decathlete Ben Gregory is in a critical condition after being involved in a serious bike crash over the weekend.

The 31-year-old Welsh athlete suffered a fractured skull and neck and has multiple brain haemorrhages, according to his partner Naomi Heffernan.

On Instagram, she said: “He’s in a coma and on life support.

“Ben needs your positive thoughts and prayers right now. Those that know Ben know how strong he is mentally and physically, he’s a fighter and he’ll get through this.

“Please pray for him and send all the positive energy and thoughts you can muster.”

Naomi Heffernan posted to her Instagram story
Naomi Heffernan posted to her Instagram story

Gregory has represented Great Britain and competed for Wales at three Commonwealth Games – in Delhi in 2010, Glasgow in 2014, and at the Gold Coast four years ago.

He has since become a personal trainer and coach.

Fellow British athletics stars have sent their well-wishes, with former world champion hurdler Dai Greene describing Gregory as “one of the nicest and most positive people I’ve had the pleasure to be around at the track”.

“Keep fighting Ben,” he added in a tweet.

Retired heptathlete Kelly Sotherton, a three-time Olympic bronze medallist, said Gregory was “the energy that we all love on the team”.

“You’ve got this Ben,” she wrote.

Stephen Morris, an ex-Paralympian 1500m runner, shared Greene’s sentiments.

“I am hoping he pulls through,” he said of Gregory on Twitter.

“One of the nicest guys I’ve met during my athletics days.”

North Yorkshire car crash: Three teenage passengers killed and driver seriously injured | UK News

Three teenagers have been killed and a fourth was seriously injured in a car crash in North Yorkshire.

They were in a grey Alfa Romeo heading from Bedale towards High Burton when the vehicle crashed on Masham Road around 11pm on Friday.

A 17-year-old boy and two 18-year-old men, who were passengers, died from their injuries.

The male driver suffered serious injuries and is being treated in hospital.

No other cars are believed to have been involved.

North Yorkshire Police said: “We’re appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident, saw the vehicle in the area prior to the collision or anyone with dashcam footage or other info that could help the investigation.”

Anyone with information connected to the crash can email or call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option two, and ask for the major collision investigation team, quoting reference number 1222013414.

Two people believed dead in light aircraft crash in Northern Ireland | UK News

Two people are believed to have died after a light aircraft crashed at an airport in Northern Ireland.

Emergency services rushed to Newtownards Airport in County Down on Tuesday evening following a 999 call.

Details about what happened are scarce but it is understood that two people lost their lives in the incident.

The scene has been closed off by police.

In a statement, the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said: “NIAS despatched two emergency crews, a doctor and an ambulance officer to the incident.

“No patients were taken from the scene.”