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Another onlooker thought the object was a stone, while one said he believed it was a dog.

The local newspaper website's story was soon inundated with comments asking why such a story could be headline news - and speculating as to the identity.

The South West was plagued with traffic delays yesterday after two lorries collided on the M5 northbound between Weston-super-Mare and Clevedon in the early hours of the morning, causing a fuel spill which meant the road required emergency resurfacing.

It was a mysterious sighting that left the locals intrigued.

1972 and we are in the big time becoming a Local Gangs and Features Club – this means as well as being in the procession we also take part in the squibbing and more importantly we are on stage in the Carnival Concerts.

Our first year we took the concerts by storm and we are placed 3 place with our stage show A Day at the Grand Hotel a wonderful feeling that is cherished by any club that has reached this position.

OUT-OF-HOURS medical care across Somerset has been rated as "inadequate" in its latest inspection.

The Care Quality Commission has told Vocare, also known as Somerset Doctors Urgent Care, to make improvements to its NHS 111 service and its GP Out of Hours (OOH) servive.

’ But I think it was just the animal’s ears flopping around.' A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Police said: 'We were made aware of a large number of people looking into the river.' In 2009 a similar number of onlookers gathered at the bridge after a dead cow was spotted floating near the banks of the river.CQC carried out this announced comprehensive inspection of Vocare’s service at Wellington House, Taunton, on 24 and 25 April 2017.The GP OOH service has now been placed into special measures after it was rated as "inadequate" for safety, effectiveness, and being well led, and "requires improvement" for being responsive to people’s needs and "good" for being caring.And before long a large crowd had gathered in Bridgwater to catch a glimpse of the 'unidentified floating object' in the town's river.But the rumours of a rival to the Loch Ness Monster have not just caught the imagination of residents.

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