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January 13 20104
Updated 4:57pm Monday 13th January 2014 in News
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@dailyecho man being helped down from the brilliant fire services http://t.co/nsq7TViSBi— @QuestedS 13 January 2014
We've got more on the story about someone being trapped in burning building in Winchester.
Photo by @CalWat on Twitter.
BREAKING: There's a fire in central Winchester, with reports of a person being trapped.
Pochettino has been at Saints almost a year. How do you think he's done?
What's going to happen to the £27m hotel at the Ageas Bowl? The Daily Echo investigates:
There are still delays on trains between Southampton and Bournemouth.
Last night's review of Lamb of God at the O2 Guildhall in Southampton:
Would you stump up an extra £5 a year to help pay for police in Hampshire?
Here are today's letters from Echo readers:
- Memorial needs lift off
- Can I use land?
- ‘Dismayed’ by plan for water fluoridation
- Man to blame for decline in wildlife all over the world
- Disgusted by the greed of bank’s fat cats
- Worth making a song and dance about
- World must face up to problem of over-population
- Getting to grips with the power struggle
- Lumps and bumps still a big problem
Which club is considering a £30m bid for Luke Shaw?
Bus passengers had to be evacuated by a quick-thinking driver this morning after a fire broke out.
A car has burst in to flames on the motorway this morning.
Echo Reader Stuart O'Connor sent us this dramatic image.
The voice of the Echo:
Traffic chaos should have been avoided
Rail passengers are also facing delays, with a signalling problem at Ashurst causing issues between Southampton Central and Bournemouth.
Detectives are trying to piece together who the man found dead at a train station is - or exactly how he died.
"Never again" - that's the pldege from the council leader after Southampton ground to a halt on Friday.
Lallana should get a place on the plane to Brazil, says Jack Cork.
Two motorway crashes are causing misery for commuters this morning, with delays of up to an hour on the roads.
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