Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas has shared his heartbreak after his wife Gemma has died just three days after getting her cancer diagnosis.
Gemma was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia and now Simon has said that he was ‘crushed with indescribable pain’ following the death of his wife.
Writing on Twitter Saturday morning Simon said:
News has just broke that award winning pitcher and keen pilot Roy Halladay has been killed.
Roy has crashed a brand-new ICON A5 plane at around 1pm, 10 miles off the coast of St Petersburg, Florida he only received the plane in October.
A case is ongoing to find out what exactly he passed away from.
We will keep you posted when we receive more news.
Everlasting Love singer Robert Knight has passed away aged 72.
The singer passed away at his home in Tennessee on Saturday after contracting a short illness.
Breaking news this morning is that former Coronation Street actor Iain Rogerson has passed away.
It’s been said in the press that the actor passed away due to an insulin overdose, an inquest heard.
Iain played Harry Flagg for two years in the ITV soap and he passed away at Wrexham Maelor hospital on October 13
His character was axed from the show in 2004 after several people where axed.
News has just broken that Liz Dawn has passed away.
The Coronation Street star has been unwell for a number of weeks now and sadly the news was broken on Tuesday morning.
Liz has had a long battle with lung condition emphysema and over the last few weeks we have been hearing that she is in and out of hospital.
A statement from her family has been published and said:
“We are devastated and
He was the man who we all watched growing up when we was children but some sad news has broke Wednesday morning as star of Bodger and Badger, Andy Cunningham has passed away aged 67.
Andy who was the lead actor in the children’s fave death was confirmed by family and friends as he passed away at Brighton’s Royal Sussex County Hospital on Monday following a lengthly illness battle
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