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CCTV footage shows pedestrians ‘risking their lives’ at level crossings | UK News

Footage shows parents letting their toddlers play on live railway lines, young people doing one-armed press-ups, and dog walkers sitting their pets on the tracks for photos.

Network Rail has released a compilation of CCTV footage showing people “risking their lives” at footpath level crossings in Worcestershire.

Covert cameras captured six instances of “incredibly dangerous behaviour” at crossings.

The company said they were just a handful of examples out of nearly 50 cases of misuse either reported by train drivers or caught on hidden cameras.

In one clip, loud music plays while a teenager does one-armed press-ups in the middle of a crossing – and in another a horn sounds as two dog walkers rush across eight seconds before a high-speed train passes.

One video shows a dog walker encouraging two dogs to sit on the tracks while another takes photos of them.

Dog walker Network Rail

Footage also shows a primary school aged boy on a scooter rushing over the crossing in front of an oncoming train that arrives seven seconds later.

A man with two little girls playing on the rails can be seen pointing out the “pretty hills” in the distance to them – they were caught on camera on the tracks for over 90 seconds.

In another incident, two boys can be seen placing ballast stones on the track so they are run over by trains.

Alexandra France, Network Rail level crossing safety manager, said: “In so many of the incidents filmed, the difference of just a few seconds could have led to tragedy for those involved.

“I can’t downplay the danger they were in – with serious injury or worse a huge possibility.

“No matter how well you think you know a crossing, all users must obey the rules around using level crossings every time they use it. It just really isn’t worth the risk.”

Network Rail level crossing safety teams are now visiting the problem crossings to directly warn people of the dangers on the railway.

They will be handing out leaflets and explaining to passers-by people using footpath level crossings should: concentrate; stop, look and listen; check both ways before crossing; understand the warnings; and cross quickly, keeping children close and dogs on a lead.

Suffolk Police looking for man who kicked dog release doorbell camera footage of moment he lashed out | UK News

Police have released video footage that captures the moment a man kicked a dog that he was walking on a lead.

The doorbell camera footage from Stowmarket in Suffolk shows the man stumbling over the dog before kicking it at 7.48pm on 3 March.

The dog can be heard squealing after it was kicked, before the man picks it up and carries on walking on the Northfield View estate.

Suffolk Police, which released the footage, are seeking to identify the man, who was wearing a baseball cap, dark hooded jacket and shorts.

The dog, which has dark and light colouring, had a red jacket on.

Anyone who recognises the man or who has any information about the incident is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting reference 37/12976/23.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Nicola Bulley: Man arrested over footage shot inside police cordon on day body found | UK News

A man has been arrested over footage shot from inside a police cordon on the day Nicola Bulley’s body was found.

Lancashire Police said the 34-year-old man from Kidderminster, Worcestershire, was arrested on Wednesday morning.

He was arrested on suspicion of malicious communications offences and perverting the course of justice in connection with the investigation to find Ms Bulley.

Ms Bulley’s body was found in the River Wyre in Lancashire on 19 February, after an intensive three-week search operation.

The arrest relates to footage taken from inside a police cordon on that day and the force said that the footage was then posted online.

Lancashire Police said the man was arrested with assistance from West Mercia Police, and he has since been released on bail with conditions.

“Our priority is, and has always been, to support Nicola’s family and the wider community in St Michael’s. We hope this arrest provides reassurance that we take concerns seriously and will act on them,” Lancashire Police said.

It comes following reports of a number of apparent content creators descending on the village where Ms Bulley went missing.

Police recovered a body from the river on 19 February which was later formally identified as the missing mother-of-two.

Ms Bulley, 45, was last seen on 27 January while walking her dog in St Michael’s on Wyre.

The springer spaniel was found shortly after, along with Ms Bulley’s mobile phone, which was discovered on a bench beside a steep riverbank. The phone was still connected to a work conference call.

Experts have claimed social media algorithms that reward and encourage controversial content fuelled the waves of online interest in Ms Bulley’s case.

During the investigation, Detective Superintendent Rebecca Smith said social media users had been “playing their own private detectives”.

Olivia Pratt-Korbel: CCTV footage captures sound of four gunshots during murder of 9-year-old | UK News

CCTV footage capturing the sound of gunshots during the murder of Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool has emerged.

The video does not show the attack itself but the audio clearly captures the sound of four gunshots.

Olivia was killed shortly after 10pm on Monday night after a 35-year-old man, being chased by another man with a gun, forced his way into her house.

The gunman followed and put his hand through a gap in the door, before shooting blind around the corner.

Olivia was shot in the chest and fatally injured where she stood at the bottom of the stairs, while her mother Cheryl was shot in the arm.

The video focuses on a street outside and its audio captures the gunshots.

They can be heard ringing out – first a pair, then a single shot, then another shot – as the struggle would be taking place inside the house.

Later, what appears to be someone running off can be seen by their trainers at the top of the video.

Olivia Pratt-Korbel
Olivia Pratt-Korbel
Police and forensics experts at the scene of the fatal shooting
Police and forensics experts at the scene of the fatal shooting

The emergence of the video comes as the man shot and injured by the gunman has been revealed as “convicted burglar” Joseph Nee.

The 35-year-old was believed to be the intended target of the balaclava-wearing attacker who chased him along the street before Nee forced his way into the schoolgirl’s family home in the Dovecot area to try to get away.