It has been a busy week here in west London.
A range of different stories caught your attention from a police incident in Hayes, to the news that First Dates was looking for background daters and of course, Storm Doris, which tour through London and the rest of the country.
Here are our five most read articles from the week.
Hayes police incident: Man hospitalised with head injury as police investigate assault
Officers were called by the London Ambulance Service (LAS) on Wednesday, February 22 at 8am to reports of a man injured in Blyth Road.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Officers attended along with the LAS and found a man suffering from a head injury.
A spokesman from the Met Police later confirmed: “After setting a crime scene and investigating the incident it appears the man sustained his injuries in a fall."
Adding: “Enquiries are ongoing to establish how the injury was caused.”
First Dates needs background couples and is offering money off dinner
The Channel 4 reality dating show, First Dates, is back for a new series, and they are looking for both couples and singles, to join the filming crew in the restaurant and be background diners.
The advert says: "You won't be the main feature but you may appear in an episode and experience where the magic happens."
Each diner will receive £25 to put towards the cost of their meal.
A316 crash victim who died after police chase ended with car colliding with lorry named
A man who died during a police chase on the A316 after his car collided with a lorry was named as Benjamin Rich from Richmond .
The 37-year-old was named at an inquest which opened on Friday (February 17) at West London Magistrates Court.
Mr Rich was being pursued in a black Audi TT by police vehicles on the southbound carriageway on February 8 when he collided with a stationary HGV.
A reason for the pursuit is yet to be revealed by Metropolitan Police officers , who are now unable to give more information whilst they are investigated by an independent police watchdog.
Storm Doris: Live updates as strong winds close roads and disrupt travel across west London
Storm Doris swept across the country on Thursday, February 23 causing a path of destruction in London as gusts of up to 70mph brought down trees and forced roads to close.
Flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport , services on the London Overground have been disrupted and London Euston and London St Pancras are reporting cancellations on services.
Shepherd's Bush stabbing: Emergency services called after man found injured in Bentworth Road
Police appealed for information after a 25-year-old was stabbed on the afternoon of Monday, February 20 in broad daylight in Shepherd’s Bush .
Police and ambulance crews were called to Bentworth Road at around 4pm and found the 25-year-old lying face down with a stab wound to his left leg.
He was conscious and breathing and being helped by members of the public, the Met police said.
The victim was taken to hospital where he was operated on, and police said his injuries were not life threatening.
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