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M62 sliproad at Brighouse (eastbound) still blocked
Latest from our traffic partners INRIX:
Slow traffic and lane blocked on entry slip road due to accident on M62 Eastbound at J25 A644 (Brighouse).
The accident has happened on the entry slip road heading down to the main carriageway.
Highways England update
Info from Highways England here:
Roads seem OK otherwise
Everywhere else seems to be moving fine - if you are stuck in a jam, get a passenger to tweet @Examiner with details of where you’re stuck
Queues on J25 slip road
M62 update - accident at Brighouse
Here’s what we know so far:
M62 Eastbound lane blocked on entry slip road, slow traffic due to accident at J25 A644 (Brighouse).The accident has happened on the entry slip road heading down to the main carriageway.
Burglary at WH Smith in Leeds station - do you recognise this man?
Do you recognise the man pictured?
Do you recognise this man?
West Yorkshire Police’s Kirklees Rural team has shared this image to warn about the dangers of railway lines - definitely one to show the kids
We want your First Day of School snaps!
Kids across Huddersfield bagged an extra day off today due to teacher training - but tomorrow is the big day!
We want your adorable first day of school snaps (come on, you know you’ll be posting them to Facebook anyway) for our Back to School gallery.
Man hit by car in Sowerby Bridge
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured in a road traffic collison in Sowerby Bridge.
At about 10.10pm on Saturday, 3 September a grey Kia Cee’d was travelling along Wharf Street towards Halifax, when it was in collision with a 60-year-old man, close to Bar Francisca.
The pedestrian was taken to hospital with head and leg injuries, which were initially thought to be life threatening.
His condition is currently described as critical, but stable.
The driver of the Kia, a 21-year-old man, was spoken to by officers at the scene.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or the movements of the vehicle or the pedestrian prior to it is asked to contact PC 6222 Judge at the Safer Roads and Neighbourhood Support team on 101, quoting log 1695 of 3 September.
Dangerous driving on M62
West Yorkshire Police clocked these terrifying speeds on the M62 at Scammonden last night...
Fire at Sands Lane
Latest from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue:
Dewsbury fire station were called to a cricket ground on Sands Lane with reports of a portable building fire at about 5am.
Delays on M62
All lanes have been reopened, but you might face some delays on the M62 at Huddersfield (Westbound) after an accident briefly closed one lane.
Here’s the latest from our traffic partners INRIX:
All lanes re-opened and traffic easing, accident cleared on M62 Westbound between J23 A640 / A643 (Huddersfield) and J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor).
Lane three (of three) was blocked. Affecting traffic from Huddersfield towards Manchester.
Reports that Albion Street now open
We’ve had reports that Albion Street is now open following this morning’s tragic incident.
Albion Street death: What we know so far
The full story with everything we know so far can be read here.
Reporter Robert at the scene
Man thought to have fallen from Buxton House
Reporter Robert is currently at the scene. The man is thought to have fallen from adjoining Buxton House - a high-rise block of residential flats.
VIDEO: Three officers present at the scene
Reporter Robert Sutcliffe is currently at the scene. He says the road is closed but cars can access the car park.
The tent is erected by a home furnishings store and sandwich shop. There are currently three officers at the scene.
Man's body found after "falling from building"
Police have released a statement after a man’s body was found on the street:
A spokesperson for the force said: “At 4:52am today (5 September), police were called to Albion Street in Huddersfield, where the body of man was found outside. He was pronounced dead at the scene.”
DI Paul Savage of Kirklees CID, said: “Our enquiries are at an early stage, but we believe the man has fallen from the building nearby. We are currently trying to confirm his identity and establish the full circumstances. There is not thought to be any suspicious circumstances.”
Map showing where the incident is
Avoid the street and use another route onto the ring road. The road is unlikely to re-open before lunchtime today.
Picture from the scene
Our photographer has been to the scene this morning. The tent has been erected near the police station where Albion Street meets the ring road.
Police tent up in town centre
We’re currently hearing reports of a tent and blue police tape up on Albion Street outside the police station. We’ll be bringing more information and updates on this as we get them.
And here’s what today’s weather is looking like folks. Cloudy with highs of 20 degrees, with a little sunshine later in the evening.
Delays on the M62 westbound
Big traffic problems heading towards Huddersfield on the M62 westbound at the junction for the M606 - we’re already looking at long tailbacks so be aware if you’re commuting from the Leeds direction this morning.
Good morning all, heavy traffic on the M62 eastbound around Hartshead but all’s moving. Albion Street northbound is closed this morning due to a “serious police incident” - I will try to find out as soon as possible what is going on so stay with us. It is likely to be closed until midday.