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Tuesday evening’s headlines including mum’s heartbreak after young dad killed

Welcome to Tuesday evening’s top story briefing.

This evening’s headlines include mum’s of young Ayrshire dad tells of heartbreak after son’s death as well as man jailed after ploughing car into a crowd of pensioners leaving three needing surgery.

Here are all the top headlines so far today.

Mum of young Scots dad brutally killed on walk home from work tells of heartbreak over death

Mum Debbie Dowd with her son Sean McKay

The mum of a young Scots dad who was brutally killed as he walked home from work has told of her heartbreak after his death.

Sean McKay was attacked with a weapon on St Margaret’s Avenue in Dalry, North Ayrshire, shortly after 9pm on Sunday, October 10.

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Man jailed after ploughing car into crowd of pensioners before fleeing scene

Robinson was also disqualified from driving for four years and four months
Robinson was also disqualified from driving for four years and four months

A man has been jailed after crashing his car into a crowd of elderly women before fleeing the scene of the crime.

Karl Robinson left three ladies requiring surgery after he ploughed his car into the group in October last year.

Karl fled after the incident accelerating so hard his wheels spun, as he exited the scene in a supermarket carpark.

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Seven men to stand trial on murder conspiracy charges after string of attacks in Greenock

Tuesday evening's headlines including mum's heartbreak after young dad killed
The lives of three people are said to have been put in danger after a petrol bomb incident at an address on Union Street in Greenock

Seven suspects have denied conspiring together to murder a man and others.

Robert Warnock, 25, Craig McFarlane, 25, Brendan O’Donnell, 23, Drew Darling, 28, Kieran McAnally, 25, Cain Carr, 22, and Lee Heron, 24, are accused of engaging in criminal conduct to “assault, endanger life, murder and to cause serious damage to the property of relatives and associates of Leonard Cole junior”.

This allegedly included a petrol bomb attack on a house which saw the suspect accused of carrying it out kill himself as a result.

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Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s ‘leaked DMs’ show Little Mix singer brand Jesy Nelson ‘horrible’

Little mix tensions - as Leigh Anne likes blackfishing video all the signs the group outgrew each other
Little mix tensions – as Leigh Anne likes blackfishing video all the signs the group outgrew each other

Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock has allegedly had her DM’s leaked online as TikToksensation NoHun called the star out.

An Instagram account allegedly owned by the pop star deemed ex-band member Jesy Nelson a ‘horrible person’.

The account suggests NoHun should create a video on Jesy ‘blackfishing’ – a term referring to someone who is pretending to be black or mixed-race – in her new video Boyz.

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Tuesday evening's headlines including mum's heartbreak after young dad killed

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Northern Lights ‘amber alert’ for Scotland as huge solar storm could disrupt power

An image of the hot, fiery sun.
A coronal mass ejection will hit the planet today.

A huge solar flare is set to hit the planet, which could affect power grids and spark Northern Lights in Scotland.

The geomagnetic storm is formed from a billion tonnes of plasma from the sun.

The Met Office says keen stargazers could catch a glimpse of aurora borealis tonight – but only if clouds don’t get in the way.

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