Sunday, 1 January 2017


Police launched a murder investigation after a 38-year-old woman was found injured at a house in Borrowash. She was later pronounced dead at hospital. Police were called at 10.55am on Friday 16th December after a 22-year-old man, who lives on Station Road, sought help. He was taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham where he was treated for head injuries. Officers then went to a house on Charnwood Avenue where they found 38-year-old Claire Nagle (nee Paton) with serious injuries. She was taken to hospital but could not be saved. Thirty minutes later Vincent Nagle, (44) of Station Road in Borrowash, died after a collision with a lorry on the southbound carriageway of the M1 between junctions 26 and 25.
Chief Superintendent Jim Allen, area commander for the south of the county said: “I’m very grateful for the patience and understanding of the many thousands of people affected by this incident. Closing a motorway is not a decision taken lightly at any time. In a fast-moving situation, with several scenes of crime, the death of two people and another seriously injured, it was vitally important that officers established whether any other people were involved. We can now confirm that at this time we are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident, which involved people who were related to each other.”
Inquests into the deaths were opened on Tuesday 20th December by HM Coroner Dr Robert Hunter.

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