The Telegraph & Argus celebrates it 150th anniversary this year and in honour of the occasion we are printing a story from our archives every day for 150 days.

Today we look at the Telegraph & Argus Tuesday, 6 May 1941: Do you remember the night of May 4, 1941, when a German Bomber on fire crashed into a row of houses on Idle's High Street, killing three people? Many still do, but at the time of the incident, the coverage had been limited to just a picture of the wreckage on the front page of the paper, with no further details. Unfortunately, the plane a long-range bomber with a crew of four had killed three people and seriously injured five others. In 2005, Bradford couple John and Sarah Boyd who lost their lives in the tragedy, were commemorated with a memorial plaque on the site, in what was believed to be the highest loss of civilian life during World War II in Bradford.