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Former Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett was airlifted to hospital on Wednesday following a horror car crash that saw her crash into a concrete wall and lose consciousness.
The 36-year-old soap star was pictured hours before the crash (left) as she recorded a segment in York Town Centre ahead of taking part in a stock car race at Hunmanby Raceway.
Roxanne played Jo Sugden in the ITV soap Emmerdale from 2005 to 2009 but recently announced plans to retire from acting to pursue a career in radio.By providing such optional information, you confirm your intention and, consequently, expressly consent to, and take sole responsibility for, the processing of this mentioned “sensitive” data by us and our group companies, and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union.The ODA monitors enquiry and complaint levels and the issues complained about.Sorry, but I never really thought anything would come of joining a website, particularly after all the stories you hear.) Well, surprise, surprise, she agreed to go out in Palma (where she lived) for a coffee the following evening and we got on like the proverbial house on fire.His comments came after a High Court judge ruled the BBC had invaded his privacy by broadcasting a police raid of his Berkshire home live on TV (still pictured below) after he was linked to a child sex abuse claim.No charges were ever brought against the 77-year-old and he was today awarded £210,000 in damages.It can intervene if it sees worrying trends or serious matters of concern.A link to our customer service arrangements is provided here.Sir Cliff Richard (pictured today being interviewed) has revealed the devastating impact of his four-year legal battle with the BBC after it finally came to an end today, saying he 'won't go anywhere near children' again.The popstar said the harrowing toll of the case on his day-to-day life means he will 'never completely recover' from the ordeal and he no longer comes into contact with other people's children for fear of the repercussions.