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This week’s top 10 Lancashire stories

The Palestinian flag being flown over town hall and two heroes make up the majority of this weeks top 10 most viewed stories

The Palestinian flag being flown over town hall and two heroes make up the majority of this weeks top 10 most viewed stories

The Palestinian flag being flown over town hall and two heroes make up the majority of this week’s top 10 most viewed stories:

1. Good Samaritan to rescue on M6

A Lancashire teenager became a hero to families stranded in baking heat on the M6 when he ran across fields to fetch drinks.

2. Jail for sex show woman

A woman who encouraged a teenage girl to prostitute herself has been jailed for 32 months.

3. BREAKING NEWS: Owner of ‘disgusting’ house dies, son arrested

The owner of a “disgusting” house subject to two deep cleans in 12 months has died, and her son has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

4. Palestinian flag to be flown over Town Hall

The Palestinian flag is to fly over Preston Town Hall as a mark of solidarity with the people of Gaza.

5. Hero pulled drowning woman out of river

A humble hero has told of the moment he raced into a river to pull a woman who was face down in the water to safety.

6. Leader takes rap for Palestinian flag farce

The leader of Preston Council has taken the rap for the authority’s farcical handling of the Palestinian flag debacle.

7. Two die in motorway collision

Two men have died following a three car smash on the M65 in Lancashire in the early hours of Saturday morning.

8. Armed robber given four-year sentence for £11 crime

A teenager who pointed a gun at a shop worker in a brazen armed robbery demanded just one packet of cigarettes and a bottle of WKD.

9. ‘Why has it been left to get to this?’

A year on from a huge clean up and environmental workers are back at one of Preston’s filthiest homes.

10. Jobs lost as Preston branch is shut

A Preston car parts branch has been closed with the loss of nine jobs after Unipart Automotive Ltd went into administration.

 

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