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Man arrested after ‘IRA’ is sprayed onto wall of building where Remembrance Day bombing took place in 1987 | UK News

A man has been arrested after the letters “IRA” were graffitied onto a building where the Remembrance Day bombing took place in Northern Ireland.

Police received a report that the graffiti had appeared on a wall of the Clinton Centre, which was built on the site of the republican bomb attack in the town of Enniskillen, on Sunday.

A man in his 50s has been arrested on suspicion of four counts of criminal damage and other related offences.

Eleven people who had gathered for a Remembrance Day ceremony were killed in the IRA blast on Belmore Street in 1987 and dozens were injured.

A 12th victim died 13 years later, having never woken from a coma.

A Police Service of Northern Ireland spokesman from the Enniskillen Neighbourhood Team said the incident was being treated as a hate crime.

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“We are also investigating a potential link between this incident and similar incidents of criminal damage which occurred in the town recently,” he said.

“A man in his 50s was arrested on Friday December 1 on suspicion of four counts of criminal damage and other related offences.

“He is currently assisting police with their inquiries.”

Padstow: Boy, 5, dies after falling from harbour wall in Cornwall | UK News

A five-year-old boy has died after falling from a harbour wall in Cornwall.

The child was airlifted to Trelikse Hospital in Truro following the incident, which took place in Padstow around 11.45am on Saturday.

The boy, who has not been named but is from the local area, was then transferred to Bristol Hospital.

He later died with his parents present.

Devon and Cornwall Police say they are currently treating the boy’s death as an accident.

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Officers are carrying out enquiries on behalf of the coroner and have asked anyone with information to contact them.

“Our thoughts are with family and loved ones of the child during this difficult time,” a spokesperson for the force said.

Metal recycling company bosses jailed after 45-tonne wall collapse killed five workers | UK News

Two metal recycling company directors have been jailed to nine months in prison after five workers died when a 45-tonne wall collapsed and crushed them, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has said.

Birmingham-based firms Ensco 10101 (previously trading as Shredmet Ltd) and Hawkeswood Metal Recycling (HMR), as well as directors Wayne Hawkeswood and Graham Woodhouse, were prosecuted for a host of safety failings linked to the deaths, the HSE said.

Hawkesood, the managing director of both companies, and Woodhouse, who was responsible for day-to-day operations, were each sentenced to nine months in jail at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday, while HMR was fined £1m and Ensco £600,000.

The families of the dead men, four of whom were originally from Gambia and one from Senegal, described the company’s failures as “scandalous and inexcusable”.

The wall which collapsed – killing the men instantly – was made up of 30 concrete blocks, each the size of a domestic fridge-freezer and weighing the same as a large family car.

It was pushed over by a metal structure that was overloaded with 263 tonnes of metal briquettes – the equivalent to around six fully laden articulated lorries – in a neighbouring bay.

(L-R) Victims Mahamadou Jagana, Bangally Dukuray, Almamo Jammeh, Ousman Diaby and Saibo Sillah. Pic: Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
(L-R) Victims Mahamadou Jagana, Bangally Dukuray, Almamo Jammeh, Ousman Diaby and Saibo Sillah. Pic: Health and Safety Executive

A judge was previously told that the structure was so close to toppling, a “breath of wind” could have brought it down.

Labourers Almamo Jammeh, 45, Ousman Diaby, 39, Bangally Dukuray, 55, Saibo Sillah, 42, and Mahamadou Jagana, 49, were pronounced dead at the scene on 7 July, 2016.

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Hawkeswood and Woodhouse had denied risking workers’ safety, but investigators later discovered other unstable walls on site, and said that poor safety records were kept, and staff training was basic.

All five victims had been working in Spain but came to the UK for better work prospects, where they were hired to work at Shredmet through an agency.

scene at Hawkeswood Metal Recycling in Birmingham
Hawkeswood Metal Recycling, Birmingham. Pic: Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

“I hope the families and friends of the men who died find some comfort in today’s sentencing,” Amy Kalay, HSE principal inspector, said after the trial.

“Their deaths should not have happened. They went to work to earn a wage; that cost them their lives.”

At the time of the incident, they had been working to clear waste ahead of an incoming load of scrapped aero engines.

The judge also made an order for £775,000 in prosecution costs.

Schoolboy, 12, dies after garage wall collapses in Clacton, Essex | UK News

A 12-year-old boy has died after a garage wall collapsed at a property in seaside town Clacton in Essex.

Emergency services were called to St John’s Road just before 7pm on Friday night.

The boy died at the scene despite efforts to save him, police said.

Another man, 30, was rescued from the rubble and suffered an arm injury during the incident.

Their identities have not been released but both were known to each other, Essex Police said in a statement on Saturday.

The boy’s death is being treated as non-suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.

The house the garage was attached to has been declared safe.

St John’s Road was closed during the incident.

Detective Inspector James Hardingham, who is leading the investigation, said his thoughts are with the family and friends of the boy.

“We’re continuing our enquiries to establish the facts leading to the wall collapse.

“If anyone has information that can help us, or anyone who was in St John’s Road just before 7pm last night and saw anything that could help our investigation, please call us.”

Essex County Fire and Rescue Service station manager Nick Singleton added: “This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with everyone who knew the child as well as the wider Clacton community.

“Our firefighters worked incredibly hard to save both casualties and this is never the outcome we want to see.

“We will be offering further support to all of the firefighters who attended this difficult incident.”

Anyone who has information or footage is urged to get in touch on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.