DEATH: Detectives were investigating the death of a teenage girl on Monday after staying at a campsite in Shropshire.
The teen was with her family, who were discovered unconscious in their tent at the campsite shortly before 10am on Sunday.
The girl was pronounced dead at the scene and her family have been taken to hospital with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
The owners of the site said a disposable barbecue was found in the porch of the family’s tent.
West Mercia Police said the death was being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.
Chesterfield out for May Day
RALLY: Over a thousand people in Chesterfield celebrated May Day at the weekend with a free sell-out “concert for peace.”
Campaigners joined trade unionists to slam the government’s “savage” cuts and dismantling of the NHS.
As well as speeches and dancing, Chris Holden’s exhibition of anti-war art was on display in the Winding Wheel — a rolling slide show from archive photographs recording the history of peace activism in Chesterfield from the 1930 up to 2011.
Dinos ‘may have warmed Earth‘
BIOLOGY: Giant dinosaurs may have warmed the Earth by releasing millions of tons of methane a year, British scientists claimed on Monday.
Researchers have calculated that the giant creatures produced 520 million tons of gas every year, which could have been a key factor in the warm climate 150 million years ago.
The study was published in the journal Current Biology.