Good init. Don't use face book so that link won't work for me and I suspect others as well.
But as is the way these days the police will not count it as a crime.
Just before 11am today whilst parked on The Lawns in Dawlish a marked Police van has been damaged. Officers were on foot patrol around the town when they were alerted by members of the public that the Police vehicle had been targeted. Read more... https://www.facebook.com/TeignmouthAndDawlishPolice
The main railway line through Devon is closed for repair after being damaged by storm Callum. This sinkhole in the line at Teignmouth is causing issues between Exeter and Newton Abbot with engineers having to wait until high tide before they can start repairs. Read more... https://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2018-10-14/hole-under-railway-disrupts-exeter-to-plymouth-line/
Police are looking for a missing Devon man who has not been seen by friends and family for almost two weeks. Craig Ford disappeared in Dawlish on Tuesday, October 2. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/missing-craig-ford-dawlish-2105651
GWR didn't run when the line collapsed into the sea!
GWR trains run fine during stormy weather, it's just the useless Cross Country rolling stock that can't cope with the waves. Whoever made the decision to commission trains that aren't fit for purpose is to blame.
When will they build an inland line away from the sea?..the sea will always win!
British Transport Police has warned Devon rail users. It said: "Due to forecasted severe weather affecting the sea wall at Dawlish, no Cross Country services will be able to run between Newton Abbot and Exeter St Davids until 10am tomorrow. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/storm-callum-trains-exeter-airport-2100263