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First tonight, the family of a Wiltshire teenager
they will continue to work tirelessly to support the Air
Ambulance charity that tried to save her life.
Hundreds of friends and family gathered to celebrate the life
of 14-year-old Hannah Cubin, who died
Paramedics from Wiltshire Air Ambulance tried to save her.
Now, her parents want to raise money and awareness to say thank you.
A candle for a life snuffed out too soon.
But friends and family of Hannah Cubin are determined
something good will come out her death.
Hundreds came to a gathering today to celebrate her life.
Since the 14 year old died last month, over ?50,000 has
Many from anonymous donors to go to the Air Ambulance Service that
We were just totally dumb funded this service existed on public
donations. It is essential, particularly in the countryside.
Her dad has made this video. Hannah was fit and active. She had gone to
a sleepover at friends Just before 11pm,
she stopped breathing. But supporting Wiltshire air
ambulance, the charity which tried so hard to save their daughter gives
them some comfort. It is the huge positive that's come out of the
worst tragedy. It is the only way that we could see going forward,
because it was a dark place without any positivity. Her dad's motorbike
has been renamed, but her memory will live on in her family's
fundraising. Rescue teams in Wales searching
for a missing paramedic from Bristol David Skeen was last
seen on Tuesday. The 51 year old had recently moved
to Wales from the west. The body found hasn't yet been
formally identified but David's family have been informed
of what's happened. The Royal United Hospital in Bath
today renewed an appeal for people to come to A E only
in a real emergency. of demand have put local health
and care services right across the area under
significant pressure. Many of our hospitals have reported
similar challenges as winter bites. The RUH has been rescheduling some
non-urgent appointments and operations, brought in extra
staff, and found extra beds in care homes so frail and elderly patients
can be discharged more quickly. Finally, Somerset explorer
Sir Ranulph Fiennes is preparing to embark on his latest challenge
right now - to climb the highest mountain
in South America. It's the latest adventure
in his ongoing mission to become the first person to cross both Polar
ice caps and climb the highest mountain on each continent -
all to raise money for the charity We spoke to him via
Skype this afternoon, and asked him how things
were shaping up... We're acclimatising for a day, maybe
two days, depending on how we feel, Then we start the really difficult
stuff, if you want to put it that The summit day will be the worst day
of all and it includes a drop immediately below.
near the top, with a 2,000 foot It is just a massive,
massive challenge, and we're so grateful that he's chosen
to do it for Marie Curie. And the fundraising he's
doing is just incredible. It's raised over ?300,000
so far, and so he's just loving the fact that people
are really behind him and supporting Good evening. It is turning
unsettled through the working week. We have some cloud out there. Murky
conditions as well, mist and hill fog as well as rain and drizzle.
Seven or eight Celsius. A grey start to Monday morning. The breeze will
lift up the murk. Eventually something brighter coming
through for western areas, at least. The risk of a few showers. These are
our top temperatures. It will be chillier as the wind comes through.
Turning colder from Thursday, with a risk of something more wintry across
the hills. Good evening. Rain around for all of
us over the next 24-hour. Then it will turn colder later on this week.
There will be frost and some snow around. I must stress this cold
spell will be nothing out of the ordinary and nothing in comparison
to the severe cold that other parts of Europe have experienced over the
last few days. A wet start today for Northern Ireland and Scotland. Wet
and windy. The rain will head its way southwards and eastwards across
the UK during the course of the day. Turning up across the southern and
eastern areas. Not a nice end to the day. Heavy bursts of rain in the
south-east and east Anglia in the afternoon that this is three
o'clock. Still relatively mild. Further north and west it will
brighten up but it will turn chillier as well. Some