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Tonight, a special edition of Look East on the day

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that the girlfriend of the missing airman Corrie Mckeague announced

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When ever one finds out they are pregnant, there is joy because you

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bring in someone into the world, but it is just a horrible time, really.

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Today I sat down with April and Corrie's mother to talk

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I guess potentially you're looking at the possibility of having lost a

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son but gaining a grandchild. It is something of a state all of us are

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thinking about, but again, as I've said so many times before, I won't

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accept Corrie is coming back -- is an coming back until I have proof.

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Also in tonight's programme: An inquest hears that an inmate

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at Chelmsford Prison died after electrocuting

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And no cup upset for Posh against Chelsea.

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But what a day for striker Tom Nichols.

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First tonight, Corrie Mckeague's girlfriend tells Look East

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April Oliver, who's a personal trainer in Norfolk, told me

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about her relationship with the airman, who's been missing

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She was on holiday abroad when he disappeared,

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but flew back immediately - and found out she was pregnant

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We'll hear from her - and from Corrie's mother -

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She's always wanted to be a mother, but looking at the scan of her and

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Corrie Mckeague's unborn child, April Oliver wishes

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Their baby is due late spring, early summer.

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The 21-year-old personal trainer who lives in West Norfolk first met

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Corrie on an online dating website last summer.

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She only discovered she was pregnant a fortnight after the

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You know when the lady showed its foot?

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Corrie's mother, Nicola Urquhart, and April's parents

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have known about the pregnancy since the outset and are supporting her.

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Corrie, who was based at RAF Honington in Suffolk,

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September in the centre of Bury St Edmunds.

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The 23-year-old had been enjoying a night out with friends

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before he left this nightclub alone in the early hours.

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After entering an area behind some shops, he

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As this home video shows, Corrie Mckeague is an extrovert and

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happy to perform for both family and friends.

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His family say he would talk to anyone.

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Every week Nicola flies to Suffolk from Scotland to

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Last week she brought in a team of private

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Preparations are in place for Corrie and April's baby.

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April now hopes for some personal privacy for

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her and her baby's health, both families now

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determined that efforts are

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now focused on finding Corrie, this unborn baby's father.

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I sat down with April Oliver at her home in West Norfolk earlier today.

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Corrie's mother, Nicola Urquhart, was there too.

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They invited the Look East cameras along now so that April can focus

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on her unborn baby for the rest of her pregnancy.

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I started by asking April about her relationship with Corrie.

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We started seeing each other, and it was quite casual. We were both

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seeing other people. At the time, and then be led on to have

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conversations whereby we thought it was getting serious, and what we

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were going to do and what plans we had. So, yes, we were sort of

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getting on our way to being just as and happy and seeing what we wanted

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out of each other, where it was going. And for you, what is Corrie

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like? He's a gentleman, he brought me roses on our first date, as such.

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Yes, he was just lovely, I have never known anyone like him, it was

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so refreshing to find someone so nice. You know he disappeared at the

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end of September, have recently had you seen him before then? I had seen

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him near enough the same week he had gone missing. I had seen him, I

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think, apart from the RAF boys, one of the last person to see him. When

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he went missing, you were abroad with your family. Yes, I was in

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America, my dad was doing a marathon. There had been plans to do

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it for so long, I was disappointed he couldn't come, but because it was

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planned, he unfortunately could not come. When did you hear he had gone

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missing? I had only been there a few days when I got the call from the

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REF boys asking if I had seen him or heard from him -- REF. On Monday, it

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was. That is when I knew he was honestly missing, and they very

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quickly got a plane home. And what was your opinion of what might have

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happened back then? At that point I wasn't entirely sure. Obviously

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because of the way we were going, I was concerned. It was out of

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character. I knew it wasn't something he had done before when he

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had gone off and disappeared and not got in contact. I was worried. That

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is what led me to come home, and my message is not going through to him.

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I was concerned. How long after that did you discover you were pregnant?

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I found out a couple of weeks after eight came back, obviously after

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going through police interviews. Unfortunately I've had to make a

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massive decision by myself. I was hoping and praying with find out

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some information, he would come home so we could make the decision

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together. We've had conversations about children and what we wanted in

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the past. It was something I hope he would be here to help me make the

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decision, but he isn't. It is a decision I've had to make the loan.

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Not the most pleasant thing to go through on your own. Especially when

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the person you love is missing. And you say you've had to go through it

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alone, did you have any doubts about whether you wanted to keep the baby?

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There is the element of, what if he did not come back, how would I deal

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with that? Again I had to think about it and take a sensible

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approach to. In my mind it is not something I wanted to do, and

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probably could do. Being a mum is something I've always wanted to be,

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right from when I was younger. It is just a horrible time, really. How

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have you been in your pregnancy, given the stress you are under?

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Given the stress I'm under, the pregnancy has gone really well. I

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haven't really had any trouble, but my concern is to stay out of the

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stress levels, try not to increase it. Just sort of doing everything I

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can that won't add more pressure than what is already. You are still

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hopeful Corrie will come home? There's nothing I would love more,

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is for him to walk through the door and say, I'm back! Yes, I would

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probably cry, that would be the first thing. It is my only concern,

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getting him home and how we can help to get him home. Why have you come

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out now and decided to announce it in this way? I decided to tell

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everyone because I'm at a stage in my pregnancy where I'm happy, I'm

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slightly more emotionally relax as well as anything. However, this will

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be the only thing I do. Given the stress levels that I'm under anyway,

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it is something I kind of, I just want to put out there and then I'm

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asking the public and the press to politely leave me alone. And,

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Nicola, for you, this is another twist in a very difficult tale for

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you. How are you coping with this? I've known from the beginning, but

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April is 21. She is pregnant in exceptional circumstances behind it,

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so it is something that somebody would normally want to keep quiet

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anyway to make sure things are OK, but that's only thing she's dealt

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with. We have been trying to keep it quiet, hopefully by doing this it

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will draw a line under it and able to get the chance to try and enjoy

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her pregnancy as best she can, but safely. Without any additional

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stress. And this will be your first grandchild. It will be. It should be

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a joyous occasion for you. Can you feel any join about it? I was at the

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scanner with April the other day and I don't think any one could see that

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and not be affected by it. But it is incredibly difficult. To balance my

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head, as it is for April as well, from the excitement of the new baby

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to what we are actually trying to focus on just now, and that is

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finding Corrie. So one day at a time, we'll get through this. But

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just now, I have got to pull my own sanity just try and concentrates to

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find Corrie -- for my own sanity. At the same time, although Abel has

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fantastic support with her mum and dad family and friends, just giving

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her any support I can -- April. This is a difficult thing to think about,

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but I guess potentially you're looking at the possibility of having

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lost a son but gaining a grandchild. It is something all of us are

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thinking about, but again, as I've said so many times before, I won't

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accept Corrie isn't coming back until I have proof of that. I won't

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let my mind go there. It isn't constructive, it doesn't help me

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find him. While we have no news, they're still the chance he could

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come back. So I will keep thinking that way. Nicola and Abel, thank you

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both very much. Thank you. -- April. And for more information

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on the search for Corrie Mckeague, Other news now, and an inquest

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in Chelmsford has heard how a prisoner who was under observation

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electrocuted himself with wires 25-year-old Dean Saunders died

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a year ago at Chelmsford Prison. The inquest heard his electrocution

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was only the third recorded in a prison in England and Wales

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since records began. His parents, who were at

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the hearing, say clear warnings, he was acutely mentally

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ill, were ignored. The inquest is expected to last at

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least a week. It's being headed by a juror. The coroner told them we will

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be looking into whether the state authorities did or did not do

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everything they could to prevent Dean Saunders's death, and whether

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any lessons can be learned. A man has been arrested on suspicion

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of murder after a woman was found The woman in her 20s,

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named locally as Kerri McAuley, was found at Southalls Way

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in the city late last night. A Just Giving page, set up to help

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the family pay for funeral costs, As you can see, the property is

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sealed off, as friends at others as go about their work. Norfolk police

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are appealing for information to establish the sequence of events

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which led to this death. Tributes have been left by friends, and a man

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arrested by police is in custody awaiting questioning.

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An investigation's underway into an arson attack

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The fire at the Al Falah Braintree Islamic Centre

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Still to come, their weather for the week ahead. And it did not quite

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happen for Posh and their cup match at the weekend. Tonight it is all

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eyes on Cambridge, who host Leeds. We've got a sell-out, it is not full

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yet but nearly 8000 fans are expected, the vast majority hoping

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for an upset, and Cambridge United to knock Leeds United out.

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A couple who are both in the nursing profession in Norfolk are raising

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money to help with health care in India.

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Gerry and Emily Bowdren have already made one trip -

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taking their teenage girls with them.

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They're now planning another trip from their home in Norwich

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to the West Bengal area of India to treat people living

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The queues of people needing medical help on their last trip have

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convinced them to try to raise money to build a permanent clinic.

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Reliving an experience they will never forget. As a family be treated

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more than 100 people a day. Emily Bowdren is sitting to be a nurse,

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her husband is an advanced nurse practitioner working in A He's

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treated several people abroad but this was the first time he's taken

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his wife and stepdaughter 's. I was nervous because I thought, how will

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they cope with such a culture shock and such hardship, because it was a

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lot of practical hardship. A lot of the Cumberland -- the comfort they

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had to give up. Working long days, they were cleaning wounds, taking

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blood pressure and predict and bandages. We could not say no. Can I

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see another person, you're getting this opportunity, we might have made

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their life. After working with this girl, they encourage her to say her

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very first word. Her mother said she'd never spoken following a

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traumatic experience. It was incredible to see mum who were eight

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years, her daughter had not uttered a word. To hear her daughter to

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speak was incredible. I felt so privileged to hear that. The family

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travelled on local transport, stayed in basic accommodation, and were

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thanked with this farewell dance. Now they want to raise money for a

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permanent clinic. We have loads of clinics here, you can go down the

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road if you are ill. We have 24 hour systems for sore throats, whatever.

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But you have to walk miles in those countries, it takes weeks and

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months, it cost so much. Affected by the property, overwhelmed by the

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kindness, the family plan to return to India if they raise enough money

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for a clinic or not. Football now, and Peterborough

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United manager Grant McCann says he is very proud of his players

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after a tough match against Chelsea 6,000 Posh fans travelled

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to Stamford Bridge hoping to see their side cause

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a massive shock. Sadly, it wasn't to be

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with Chelsea winning 4-1, Our Sports Editor

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Jonathan Park reports. The Posh against Chelsea's

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rich and famous. But try telling that

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to Peter Peterborough's But try telling that

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to Peterborough's 6,000 They wouldn't miss

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this for the world. It was 5-0 last time,

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what is it going to be today? I think, optimistic, we are

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an attacking team, I think 2-1. Maybe three or 4-0,

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if we can keep it 16 years after Peterborough's

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last visit to the Bridge, which ended 5-0 to Chelsea,

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a new generation were here to see But the name Lee Angol,

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hardly a household one, had a golden chance to embarrass

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the hosts early on. Chelsea, though, don't

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often waste chances. Take Pedro's opening

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goal, unstoppable. One became two before

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half-time, Batshuayi teed up, Posh full of effort,

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but Chelsea far too clinical. Willian with another

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unnerving finish. But the 6,000 Posh fans were then

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rewarded with two priceless moments. First the sight of seeing John Terry

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beaten, sent off, sent packing, then the indescribable joy

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of seeing your team score Tom Nichols rewarding

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Posh's army of fans. People say you can't always

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celebrates when you're People say you can't always

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celebrate when you're losing, but no, no one is going

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to take that goal away from me. I enjoyed it, in front

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of a lot of travelling fans, I will never forget that goal,

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I will put it that way. That and Liverpool,

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you never forget those. What was it like when

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your goal went in? Yes, it was ecstasy,

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it was fantastic. Normal service was quickly resumed

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when Pedro made it 4-1. For the Posh now,

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it is Bury away next. It is not reality, it's what we are,

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we are a League One team. We want to try and be

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a Championship team, so the league Posh outclassed by Chelsea,

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but after 70 minutes, who was making But we're still not guaranteed

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a side in the fourth round. It's a big ask, with

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Cambridge United from League Two hosting Leeds United

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of the Championship. Let's go to the Abbey

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now and Tom Williams. Yes, after weekend when the

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integrity of the FA Cup has been called into question and intense as

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happiness, there's no suggestion the competition is being devalued this

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evening -- attendances has been questioned. They are all praying for

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an upset and Cambridge to knockout the mighty Leeds. I'm joined by the

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Cambridge chairman. You had Manchester United before, the draw

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has been good. To have a sell-out is a tribute to everyone who's worked

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so hard. Looking around, it is very damp underfoot. Are these conditions

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conducive to an upset that the fans are praying for? It certainly will

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the pace of the game. I have to be very careful being a chairman of a

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football club, because I've have to sit there and not get excited. I've

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taught myself over the years to enjoy but not jump up and down. I

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think there will be some exciting moments, and the atmosphere will be

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heard all over Cambridge. I mentioned that manages a lighted

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match a couple of years ago, you took them back to Old Trafford --

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Manchester United. How important hazard beans are you? We've made it

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hard to make the club stable -- has that mattered been to you. More

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hospitality, better pitch, training ground. It is all building the club

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to make a solid base. Can you do it tonight? Of course we can. I am one

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of the world's optimists. I enjoy live, enjoy my football and enjoy

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Cambridge United Football Club. Best of luck. The draw per round ball is

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coming up. Cambridge United are in it, joined by Ipswich and Norwich,

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who earned replays. It is live on BBC Two and on BBC Radio

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Cambridgeshire. And as Tom mentioned,

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Ipswich and Norwich face replays after they both drew

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2-2 on Saturday. Those replay dates have

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now been confirmed. Ipswich, after narrowly

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avoiding an upset, head Then a week on Wednesday,

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Norwich are away at Southampton. Both games will be covered live

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on your local BBC Radio Station. 100 years ago today one of the most

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astonishing sea rescues took place At its centre, the

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coxswain Henry Blogg. Henry Blogg led the Cromer lifeboat

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crew during the First World War. And on this day in 1917, he helped

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with two rescues in one day. Robbie West has been

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to Cromer to see his legacy. He is described as one of the

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bravest men who ever lived. The most decorated lifeboat man, and to this

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day, Henry Blogg remains one of Norfolk's greatest heroes. 100 years

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ago Henry and his lifeboat crew answered a distress call. At 11am, a

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Greek vessel was riding in anchor, and she holds up her signals of

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distress, said the lifeboat in the boat has over the came to the water

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's edge and launched, and off when the crew. You have to go with a

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break, it is incredible. After this rescue, they had to turn around when

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another ship hit a naval mine and was blown in half. With help from

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the locals and army, the exhausted crew worked for the night, rescuing

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all but one of the second ship's crew. It was all elderly men, two of

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them, nearly 70. My age now, I would not want to be out there. The rescue

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masterminded by Henry ended when they reach what was left of the

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second ship. Its remains can still be seen on the beach in low tide.

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The sea is calm now, but a statue of Henry Blogg overlooks the beaches.

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This is on the clifftop named after him. Henry's career lasted 53 years,

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and he was awarded the George 's Cross, the British Empire medal and

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others. He saved over 873 lives. His impact is still felt right current

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lifeboat teams. This is what we use nowadays, compared to what they used

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to use. Everyone has got a screen, we've got an individual job to do. I

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say they were the Brave ones, to get that off the beach by rolling its,

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we've got it easier. Henry Blogg dedicated his life to rescuing

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people caught at sea. A hero not only for those following in his

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footsteps, but for the whole country. It is a nice touch with the

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picture. Right, we've got a lot to talk about. Quick handover. It's

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been a busy day in the world of weather. We've had some brightness,

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this was at 11:30am this morning. Lots of cloud, outbreaks of rain. In

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the last few hours, this little area is abusing some heavy downpours.

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Eventually all that will clear. For many, it will be a dry night with

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some long clear spells. The strength of the winds should limit the

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potential Bob Ross, but under clear skies, with temperatures in some

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sports, we can't rule out frost -- potential for frost. Tomorrow, some

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patchy rain, but a dry start, with some brightness. Into the afternoon,

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thicker cloud pushing in from the west and some outbreaks of rain.

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Temperatures tomorrow around seven or eight Celsius at best. With light

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to moderate south-westerly winds. We finish the day with a lot of cloud,

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and some outbreaks of mainly light rain, just moving very slowly to the

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east. Then Wednesday, a cold front moving through and behind it, much

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colder air feeding end. Actually when Saint will get off to a mild,

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cloudy start with some patchy rain, and then it will become brighter

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with some sunshine and a few showers. Temperatures initially

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around 10 Celsius, but with that cold air, they will eventually drop

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down to seven Celsius. Actually getting colder as the day goes on.

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Then on Thursday, notice how tightly packed the isobars, a windy day, and

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it will feel cold. Some cells are sunshine, but also some showers,

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they could be wintry. We are looking at highs for Celsius and it will

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feel even colder because of the of the wind. And you'll notice there is

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a yellow warning for North, that's been issued because there is the

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risk of some occasionally wintry showers which could turn to snow.

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More about that as the week goes on. That yellow warning stays in place

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for Norfolk on Friday, the risk of a wintry shower anywhere, and a

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bitterly cold day with highs for Celsius. The winds are lighter. The

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other thing I should mention above Friday is that we will have

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northerly winds developing in the North Sea and spring tides. So there

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is the risk, and it is a low risk, some coastal flooding affecting

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Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. If you have any worries at all, log onto

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the environmental agency website, or give them a call. As we head into

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the weekend, still the potential for wintry showers. Elsewhere, it is

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cold with spells of sunshine and overnight frosts. But we are

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watching a weather front on Sunday carefully, depending on the time. If

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it hits the cold air at the right time, it could produce some snow.

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Watch this space. You weren't kidding. And Brive. That is all,

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have a good evening. Goodbye. -- and breathe.

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