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Aston Villa v Legia Warszawa: Police officers injured after clashes involving fans of Polish team outside Villa Park | UK News

Three police officers have been injured following disorder outside Aston Villa’s ground in Birmingham ahead of a Europa Conference League match.

The violence was reported at Villa Park ahead of a match between Aston Villa and Legia Warszawa, West Midlands Police said.

Away fans were prevented from entering the stadium after objects were thrown at officers, the force said.

The visiting fans were held in the coach park near the ground.

Stewards also removed several people believed to be away supporters from the home stands during the match, while footage on social media appeared to show objects being thrown into the stadium from outside.

Police attempt to put out flares that have thrown towards them outside the stadium before the UEFA Europa Conference League Group E match at Villa Park, Birmingham. Picture date: Thursday November 30, 2023.
Police attempt to put out flares thrown towards them outside the stadium

Police attempt to put out flares that have thrown towards them outside the stadium before the UEFA Europa Conference League Group E match at Villa Park, Birmingham. Picture date: Thursday November 30, 2023.

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Police told followers on X: “We’re currently unable to allow away fans into Villa Park following disorder outside the stadium which has seen missiles thrown at officers.

“Three officers have already been injured & a significant policing operation continues. Please avoid Witton Lane where possible.”

In a statement, Legia said their official delegation, owner and president refused to enter Villa Park in solidarity with their supporters, while they also complained about the ticketing situation.

Aston Villa and Legia went into the match neck-and-neck at the top of Group E in the Europa Conference League.

The eight group winners automatically go through to the last 16 of the competition, while the eight runners-up go into a play-off with the third-ranked teams from the Europa League groups.

Wife dies almost two months after husband in suspected Majorca villa gas leak | UK News

A woman has died almost two months after losing her husband following a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a villa in Spain.

The body of Jaime Carsi, 40, was discovered by emergency crews at the property in Majorca on 6 May.

Wife Mary Somerville, 39, was found to be in a serious condition next to him and was taken to Manacor Hospital for treatment.

It has since been announced that Ms Somerville passed away on 2 July at St Columba’s Hospice Care in Edinburgh.

In a funeral notice via D Chisholm & Sons, Ms Somerville was described as the “beloved wife of the late Jaime, adored daughter of Helena and David, much-loved sister of Misha and John, also a dear sister-in-law, auntie and friend to many”.

Jaime Carsi died from a suspected carbon monoxide leak. His wife is fighting for her life. Pic: Taken from Jaime Carsi's Facebook page:
Jaime Carsi died in May

The date of her funeral at Inverness Crematorium is yet to be confirmed. Donations in memory of Ms Somerville are to be gifted to not-for-profit organisation The Art of Living UK.

The newlyweds, who lived in Edinburgh, were staying at a house in Cala Mesquida in the northeast of Majorca when the incident happened.

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Former Lloyds bank worker Ms Somerville, originally from Abriachan in the Scottish Highlands, taught yoga and breath work via The Art of Living Foundation in Edinburgh.

Mr Carsi, who described himself on social media as being from Madrid but living in Edinburgh, worked for a Scottish investment firm.

Edinburgh Interfaith Association paid tribute to Ms Somerville following her death.

Iain Stewart, executive director of Edinburgh Interfaith Association, said: “Many people will know Mary through her role as a teacher in the Art of Living.

“I will remember Mary for her warm and infectious personality and smile that would light up any room.

“Please join me in sending prayers to Mary’s family and loved ones.

“At this time as people of faith we are comforted by the belief that Mary will once again be united with her beloved Jaime.”