The UPDATED wrap: Eight of the top headlines in Warrington from July 22

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THE clock has struck six which can only mean one thing...time for another round-up of Warrington headlines.

The day began with the news there have been no arrests as yet following a fatal road accident that saw an Orford father-to-be killed 12 hours before his baby was born.

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Plenty of you gave the thumbs up on Facebook to a sad tribute to war veteran and 'unsung hero' Samuel James following his funeral after he died in a Winwick house blaze. 

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But there was obviously little sympathy after a suspected thief, who had to be rescued with an inflatable raft after getting stuck in Dallam Brook, was charged and appeared in court. 

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Plenty of you did however enjoy our picture gallery from Warrington Music Festival. 

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Check back tomorrow for the latest from the Trevor Allen road rage murder trial.

During day two the jury heard from witnesses who described a row on the road. 

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And late breaking news, Helen Jones has decided to call it a day from sitting on the Labour front bench.

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Warrington Guardian: Helen Jones MP

And Warrington Wolves have found out if they will face a Leeds side including inspirational skipper Kevin Sinfield in next month's Challenge Cup semi.

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Warrington Guardian: Kevin Sinfield was always one of the front runners to take over the England captaincy

Police are currently dealing with a major crash on the M62. Luckily nobody was injured but you can follow coverage and see more amazing pictures here

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