19 June 2013: 4:05pm
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TWO people have been killed by speeding trains, in separate incidents at West Drayton and Hayes and Harlington station.Read
AN ELDERLY woman has died in a collision on the A40 near Swakeleys Roundabout.Read
A FACEBOOK group has been set up in tribute to Tony Martinez, who was hit and killed by a train.Read
A TUBE passenger who was killed after falling on to tracks has been named as 23-year-old Micaela Hayden, from Uxbridge.Read
THE funeral of a well-liked homeless man in Hayes Town who died of natural causes will be held next Thursday (9).Read
A FORMER Harefield publican has paid tribute to the legendary DJ and television host Sir Jimmy Savile who died at the weekend.Read
A 55-YEAR-OLD man has died after suffering a heart attack driving his car along a country lane.Read
THE couple stabbed to death in Harlington last week have been named, and a suspect has been charged with the murders.Read
A MAN and a woman in their 20s have been found dead at a house for hotel workers in Harlington.Read
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