London Lite Friday, 16 October 2009 17 Moment pram tot fell on to a rail line TWO 15-year-old boys at a prestigious 28,000-a- year public school have been accused of a serious sexual assault on a 13-year-old girl. The incident is said to have happened during a Rumble In The Jungle disco at Wellington College in Crowthorne, Berkshire last Saturday. A group of Year 10 pupils allegedly targeted the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, with one holding her down while another two performed a sex act on her during the disco for pupils aged 13 to 15. All the pupils involved are boarders at the school. A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: An incident was reported to police on 12 October. Following inquiries made by Thames Valley Police and contact with both the victim and her parents, they do not wish to support police proceedings at this stage. They requested that the matter be dealt with by the college. Wellington College released a statement, saying: The school acted on legal advice and took the decision to involve police in a situation that did not require further police investigation. BY KEVIN WIDDOP Terrifying: 250-tonne train hits the buggy Panto horses stolen from field THREE Shetland ponies being trained for a pantomime have been stolen from a field. The ponies were grazing near the M4 in Lower Earley, near Reading, Berkshire. Police said three sets of gates had been forced by the thieves. Pepsi sorry for guide to women PEPSI has apologised for its iPhone application that promises to help men score with women. AMP UP Before You Score puts women into 24 categories such as goth girl and nerd and provides advice on how to seduce them. ...andstillSURVIVED SHOCKING pictures show the heart-stopping moment when a baby escaped with his life as a train slammed into his buggy. CCTV footage from Australia shows the mother letting go of her childs three-wheeler on a station platform. As it rolls away she runs to grab the handle, but the pushchair topples on to the tracks -- just as a train pulls in. The buggy was carried 30 metres as the driver desperately fought to halt the 250-tonne train. It ploughed into the pram at about 21mph, dragging the six- month-old boy beneath the front carriage. Fearing the worst, the unnamed mother and fellow passengers watched as the tot was hauled from the track with little more than a bump on his head. The drama happened at Ashburton station in Melbourne yesterday. Ambulance officers took the boy to hospital, where his mother was treated for shock. Workmen later recovered the shattered remains of the pushchair from the railway track. T r a i n c o m p a ny C on ne x believes the buggy shielded the baby from the train. Spokesman John Rees said: Its a miracle this baby wasnt killed. Intensive care paramedic Jon Wright said the boy bounced back with just a bump to the side of his head. He said: Apparently he needed a feed and a nap. Heart-stopper: buggy falls into trains path Horrormoment:babyissweptundercarriages Rolling away: the mother chases the babys buggy Boys,15,areaccusedoversex attackongirlatpublicschool index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html