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goodbye from me. On BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams

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24 hours after the Norfolk Helicopter crash, the local

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Lakenheath community mourns the loss of four of its airmen. A lot of

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people from this area work on the US airbase so we are very much a family

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and at times like this, it is a time to reflect on just how serious the

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job is that they do fast. `` they do for us. Hello and welcome to Look

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East. A swimming pool's saved. So what next for the council facing

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millions of pounds of cuts? Gazing at the stars ` hundreds expected as

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the BBC's road show aims to create a human constellation. And the flood

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alerts are still out ` but are we heading for a period of calmer

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weather? Good evening. First tonight, 24

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hours after that helicopter crash on the East coast, a military community

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here is mourning the loss of four of its airmen. The crew was from RAF

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Lakenheath. An American airbase just to the east of Ely. They were taking

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part in a training mission with a second Pave Hawk aircraft when

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tragedy struck and they crashed onto marshland. This is how the events

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unfolded. The alarm was raised at seven o'clock last night. Lifeboats,

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Police, RAF and American Air Force staff were all scrambled to the

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scene. A 400 metre cordon was set up to protect people from munition

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which had been scattered amongst the wreckage. Shortly before 10pm,

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police confirmed all four crew on board had died. Today,

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investigations began into what caused the crash but the bodies of

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the crew remain in the wreckage Our chief reporter Kim Riley has spent

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the day at RAF Lakenheath. A few moments ago he sent us this. This

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base and nearby RAF Mildenhall had close relations with the communities

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around them. RAF is home to the liberty ring of the US air force as

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it is known and tonight the base is mourning the loss of four of its

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own. Early morning. Military personnel and civilian staff arrived

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at the base's main gate. All day, there has been a sombre atmosphere

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after the shocking overnight news. The 45 doing now flying F`15

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fighters has played key roles in many military operations including

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in Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan. The Pave Hawk helicopters had been a

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vital support to the F`15 helicopters and their crew. The

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craft is highly versatile, often used in combat search and rescue

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missions. It has taken part in humanitarian operations from the

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soon army in Sri Lanka to hurricane to Katrina in New Orleans. It has a

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four`man crew and can carry up to 12 passengers or troops. It is a

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variant of the Sikorsky Black Hawk which has a good safety record. The

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helicopter crews undergo rigorous training involving low`level flying

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and high`speed manoeuvres in the pitch dark. Tonight, the commander

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of the wing issued a statement. They are fielding a great sense of

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support from across the air force and from our new cake neighbours as

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we go through this difficult period. `` our UK neighbours.

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Tonight the search is under way to discover why the Pave Hawk aircraft

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crashed. It could be some time before investigators reach a

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definitive answer. I can tell you that Colonel Robinson who I quoted

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in the report will be here tomorrow answering questions directly from

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the media. We might also learn the names of the airmen who died in the

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crash. But that will not happen until 24 hours after next of kin had

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been informed. They did not want families around the world to learn

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first through the media and not directly from the media. `` the

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military. Some flagstick night flying at half`mast, and some

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flowers have been laid in tribute to those who died. `` some flags have

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been flying tonight. In the House of Commons today, the

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Prime Minister paid tribute to the American aircrew, while local MPs

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praised their bravery. Our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair has

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the reaction now from Westminster. With many parts of the country still

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flooded and the death of a Labour MP, the Commons was in subdued mood.

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Last night's crash received the briefest of mentions. Mr Speaker,

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our thoughts should go to the victims of the US helicopter crash

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in Norfolk about which details are still emerging. Away from the

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chamber, MPs acknowledge that this is a real tragedy, the largest loss

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of American military life in the country for a long time, and the

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U.S. Air Force has been an integral part of the region for more than 70

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years. The community in Lakenheath will be mourning the loss. This

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crash goes to show just how brave the airmen are, both in action but

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also in training to ensure that they are always ready to defend our

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freedom. There has also been an acceptance that this crash will lead

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to questions about how the military trains. Low`level flying and

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night`time flying is commonplace in this region. The MoD keeps it away

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from built`up areas and they have not been many complaints, but MPs

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will be looking for more reassurance. When something like

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this happens has to be an thorough examination of what happened. People

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are proud of the tradition of both the RAF and the US not in this

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region. `` the US military. But communities must feel that proper

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steps are taken to ensure that the risks to communities are minimised.

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That is a debate for another time. Today, like everyone else, MPs have

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been shot and saddened by what has happened on the Norfolk coast. ``

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shocked and saddened. The family of a Luton man who died in police

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custody have been told they can now make arrangements for his funeral.

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Leon Briggs died back in November after being detained at Luton police

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station. This morning an inquest was opened and adjourned. They have laid

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flowers and mounted vigils and now two months after his death, the

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family of Leon Briggs can at last plan for his funeral. Today, a

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coroner formally released as body but was unable to confirm the cause

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of death. The 39 old father of two was arrested in Luton in November.

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He was detained under the Mental Health Act and died in hospital

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after collapsing at Luton police station. In the days that followed

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it emerged that five police officers and two civilian staff were under

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investigation. They have now been questioned under criminal caution

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for a number of offences, including Grossman Legends, unlawful

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manslaughter, `` gross negligence, and health and safety breaches. They

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have been suspended whilst the independent police complaints

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commission continues its investigation. His death caused

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tension in the community. Doesn t attended a public meeting where

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questions were asked about how bad police deals with the black

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community. The IPCC has called for patience while it completes its

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inquiries. The coroner has adjourned the inquest into the death of Leon

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Briggs until a case review in March. His family and friends say that they

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will continue to mount vigils outside the police station. Two

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recruitment companies employing migrant workers in Cambridgeshire

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have been stripped of their GLA licences. In October, 300 officers

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from the police and the Gangmasters' Licencing Authority targeted

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addresses in March and Wisbech as part of Operation Endeavour. Since

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then, Slender Contracting ` run by Martyn and Mark Slender ` has lost

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its licence for breaching GLA standards, including falsifying

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payslips to underpay employees. MAS Recruitment has also had its licence

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revoked. Next tonight, they are some of the essential services that we

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use every day. Things like care for the elderly, rubbish collection and

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libraries. But Central Bedfordshire Council needs to cut ?43 million

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from its budget over the next few years ` and is asking people living

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there for their ideas. For some a new year brings new resolutions For

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councils it means a new round of cuts and savings. Less money from

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the Government and greater demand on services. But simple Beds Council

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has invested recently ?100,000 on a leisure centre. Membership is up and

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it is no longer loss`making but in the next four years, the council

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must cut spending on local services by 25%, ?43 million, so will that

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put a stop to investment and upgrades like this? We have got to

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do more of this. It is about investing, to save. If we can

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refurbish a leisure centre or an office so that we can have fewer of

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those zoos, so that over the long term they can cost less, that saves

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money, and that is what we are all about, fundamentally reshaping the

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way that we deliver services. The council says that council tax will

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not go up this year, but with cuts to be made, I asked residents how

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they think it should be done. Where would you make savings? Planning.

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They are always a pain. I have just had a baby. I would not want

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children services to be cut. We all sit in our armchairs at home, don't

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we? Social housing, you would cut back on? I would, yes. Where should

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they make the biggest savings? Libraries. If they limited the hours

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that they operate. This opinion poll was unscientific but it shows you

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how tough these decisions are, and the pattern I am seeing emerging is

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that most people would not want to see adult social care children's

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care cut, and those are the areas in which the council spends the most

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money. You can have your say as the plans go out to consultation between

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now and the end of the month. He's been missing for more than a week

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and police in Bedfordshire say they're becoming increasingly

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concerned for Neil Devlin's safety. Mr Devlin is from Leighton Buzzard.

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He was last seen on New Year's Day drinking with friends. Posters in

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local shops appealing for information. Neil Devlin was

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reported missing after failing to turn up for his job at the local

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supermarket. He has learning difficulties. His friends are

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worried. I have known him for four years, and this is not his

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behaviour. For him to disappear and not contact anyone and not go to

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work, it is not him at all. It is close to this part of town that he

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was last seen. Detectives using CCTV have used together his last

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movements. On the evening of January one he met friends for a drink in

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this pub and this thought to have left shortly after half past ten.

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The misleader he was spotted at a filling station a short walk away.

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Then he went to visit friends at fork news. He left at 11:30pm. That

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was the last anyone saw him. ` `Falcon Mews. What we are doing is

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tracing back the steps that we believe that Neil Devlin had taken

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that evening, back from the town to his home address and yes, I would

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like someone to come forward and provide information. His journey

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home would have taken him past this river. Police have been searching

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the river bank. There could be further searches by boat. His

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friends, whilst trying to remain optimistic, fear the worst. He is a

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lovely person. It is very sad. I find it hard braking. I am losing

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sleep over it, waking up thinking that there has been bad news. I just

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want him to come home. It is sad. Searches for the missing man will

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resume tomorrow. The Prime Minister has welcomed the posthumous royal

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pardon given to the Bletchley Park code breaker Alan Turing. He killed

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himself in 1954 shortly after being convicted for being homosexual.

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Lyn O'Reilly's family are now taking legal action against the health

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trust. Still to come, we are looking at the

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stars. A lot of lights have been switched

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off so that people can look at the sky. It is Stargazing Live,

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astronomy really is the new rock and roll, and there is this stage to

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prove it. If you've just joined us, our main

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story tonight is the death of four Amercian air crew in a helicopter

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crash in Norfolk. The crash happened 24 hours ago. The bodies of the

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victims haven't been recovered yet. The aircraft was based at RAF

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Lakenheath and was on a training exercise when it crashed. Roger

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Smith is from Lowestoft and is an expert in military aircraft. It has

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been a very safe aircraft flying at low level at night is a potentially

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risky business, but they have not had many accidents.

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It is a Pave Hawk, rather than a Black Hawk? Yes, a Black Hawk is a

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troop carrying helicopter. The Pave Hawk is full of electronics and

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avionics which helps it see in the dark. It can follow radar and

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infrared, to see in the dark. The pilots and the crew can wear night

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vision goggles, which helps them to see in the dark.

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We heard that this was carrying ammunition, which is part of the

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problem in the flare`up? `` clear up.

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Yes, they do not want people to pick them up. They should not do much

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damage other than being picked up. A lot of people have suggested that

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it could have been a bird strike? Yes, we will see what happens when

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the board of inquiry gives its report. Helicopters do not fly as

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fast as low flying jets, and will be less damaged by a bird strike. I

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think that if a helicopter hit a bird, there would not be a lot of

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damage. If the helicopter was in a hover and a bird hit a tail rotor,

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that has crashed a British Telecom to in the past. `` British

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helicopter. There's been an Amercian air force

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presence in Suffolk since the war. And over the generations a close

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bond has developed between the large bases and their Suffolk neighbours.

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Today, Look East Suffolk reporter Kevin Burch examined the impact of

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the helicopter tragedy on the local community.

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The world's biggest bombers visit England's...

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The American presence at RAF Lakenheath has been difficult to

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ignore. And RAF meet your... RAF Lakenheath is now the largest

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American base in the country, home to 6000 personnel from America.

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There are thousands more at a base next door. We went behind the scenes

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on thanks `` Thanksgiving day, and found out why it was called mini

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America. We have 100 pounds of meat, many

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turkeys and hams. But from the celebration, the mood

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today was commiseration. Here is the counsellor for the village.

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It is very sad. Many people in the area work for the American bases.

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We're like a family. This is a time to reflect on how serious the job

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is. The village here worked on the base

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for many years. He says that there is a sense of shock, but the crash

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needs to be seen in context, given the scale of the base. They have

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many flights in the day and night, and have not lost any of four. They

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have done very well. This man teaches music, many of his

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students from the base. He says that the American troops always play

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their part, at family days and to look after the nature reserves.

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Recently, many of the troops did litter picking and tidying up at the

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base `` nature reserve. So it is much appreciated.

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You have the fighter base and the bombers, but they are also in our

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communities and are a big part of the community.

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The council are planning to send the American base flowers and a letter

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of condolence. Side`by`side for years, now closer than ever.

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Large crowds are gathering in Norwich this evening for an event

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linked to the BBC's stargazing programme. The main activities are

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taking place just outside the Forum. Our own star David Whiteley is there

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now. When I was at school, I was in the

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astronomy club. And if you were in the astronomy club you were a geek.

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But now being a geek is super cool. Astronomy has become very rock and

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roll and this year's Stargazing Live is bigger than ever. Of course, live

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shows on BBC Two and massive live events like this one here in

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Norwich. There is a choir singing on the

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stage, and they have also turned off a lot of the light pollution in

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local businesses, so we can see the stars. Hopefully it won't rain

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anymore. In a minute, I'll be chatting to the stage presenter of

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the this show. But first, here's Shaun Peel.

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It is a far cry from the sky at night. This is stargazing in the

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21st century. It is rock and roll, and there is a three hour road show

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of choirs, bands and stand`up comedy.

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Everyone on the stage are scientists, but also performance. It

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is about making people enthusiasm, children and adults, so that they go

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out and look at the sky and see the big universe.

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Stargazing Live has blown the cobwebs of thousands of telescopes

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and introduce the universe to a new generation of stop last night's show

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was at Jodrell bank, and there was also a report from way born on the

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coast. `` Weyburn. This is what Mars looks like.

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There will also be a human constellation. The space experts are

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marking out the pavement in the shape of the night sky. It will be a

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UK first. They are mapping out the night sky

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as it would be over this spot at 30 PM. They will get 200 people to

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stand on the markers, give them the torch, cut the lights, everyone puts

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their hands in the air. That will be filmed from up above, and there you

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have it, the Eastern lights. This is what you would see. We will

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make the constellations in different colours, so you can see what is up

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there. Last night, the programme had the

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Northern lights, tonight 200 people will create our own version, the

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Norwich lights. That constellation will light up the

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night sky at 7:30pm. I am joined by one of the size presenters who has

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just got off stage after an energetic performance. `` science

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performance. This is about getting science to a

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larger audience, many people think it is is about men in white coats in

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a laboratory, but science is done in Hawaii, in incredible places. So it

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is making people know that science is done by a whole range of people.

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Astronomy, science, it can be quite glamorous? I would not say that it

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is always glamorous, because it is at night and it is cold, but it is

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not just done by the stereotypical people. It can be done by anyone. A

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lot of people think that science is difficult, but sometimes it is just

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how it is explained that makes it difficult. So what my stage show, I

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like to make it into the basic parts. I'm hoping that even

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eight`year`olds will know about some of the scientific facts, by doing a

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big explosion. Yes, I am sure that many of the parents will want to

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have washing`up liquid bottles across the room! I am so glad that

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worked, but I was so happy when it's moved 11 metres. I will be here very

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late, there is a lot of work to do. The Stargazing Live event carries on

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until 9pm. It will be on BBC Two until nine o'clock. I wish astronomy

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was this exciting when I was a child. It was really boring.

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What is the weather like tonight? I'm afraid it is not very good

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tonight. There is rain moving further north. It will be making its

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way from the South West. It will not be raining all evening and all

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night, it will be quite shallow reef stop `` patchy rain. But there will

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also be rain into the early hours of tomorrow morning. The wind will pick

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up. There will be a lot of cloud around and that breeze, so it will

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not get very cold. Temperatures around six or seven Celsius by the

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end of the night and a moderate to fresh south`westerly breeze.

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Tomorrow, it will be quite cloudy and there could be some rain

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around, but it will become brighter and stop it will be an improving

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picture. It might be damp at first. Temperatures will be warmer than

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they were today, it could be 10 Celsius, but you have to factor in

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the breeze. And the breeze will get fresher throughout the day. So

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feeling more cold. And in the afternoon, cooler air, and

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temperatures dropping. And temperatures will drop tomorrow as

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well. There could be some ground frost across the region.

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On Friday, there will be high pressure, so that promises some

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better weather. This weather front of moving across the country top

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there will not be a lot of rain by the time we get to us. The bulk of

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Friday does looked right. By the end of the day, there could be some

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patchy rain. The outlook is looking quite

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settled. There will be dry and bright weather on Friday, feeling

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cooler. Cloud increasing overnight. Not quite as cold on Friday night.

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But this cold air will continue to move downwards. So the weekend is

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looking dry and bright, the numbers will go down. So highs of six

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Celsius, despite a lot of rain. So the overnight lows will be colder,

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and still some rain by Sunday night. A reminder of our main story. Crash

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investigators are expected to spend the next few days trying to find out

:26:29.:26:33.

how a US Air Force helicopter crashed in Norfolk, claiming the

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lives of its four crew. The Pave Hawk helicopter had been on a

:26:40.:26:42.

training exercise when it happened. Our reporter is at the site. What is

:26:43.:26:52.

the move like? It is a very sombre mood. People

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understand that there are still bodies here. At some people are

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saying that the night exercises should not happen in this area is

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top the helicopters are sometimes only three metres above a bird

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reserve. The investigation will not have an early outcome. It will be

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carried out by the American military. We may not have a result

:27:18.:27:24.

for up to a year. But our thoughts are with the families and loved ones

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at RAF Lakenheath stop that is all from us for now.

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There will be more in the later bulletins and tomorrow morning on

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the radio. Good night.

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