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One lane closed due to accident on M62 Westbound between J25 A644 (Brighouse) and J24 A629 (Ainley Top).
Lane one (of four) is closed.
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Reports of debris on road on M62 Westbound between J24 A629 (Ainley Top) and J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor).
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The top read story on our website at the moment is the terrifying attack in Kirkburton where a family were forced off the road.
Their people carrier with six children inside it, including an eight-month-old baby boy, was forced off a road last night.
The Mazda was being driven along Penistone Road when the incident happened.
The vehicle crashed and several of the youngsters were injured and taken to hospital.
Looks like we’ll be in the mood for ice creams by the end of the week.
According to Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens temperatures are set to soar - days after the town was covered in snow.
He has forecast temperatures possibly hitting the 70°F by next weekend.
That’s higher than Med hotspots like Benidorm and Magaluf.
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This is horrific, did you see anything last night that could help the police?
Several children are in hospital after a brick was thrown at a people carrier on Penistone Road last night, before being shunted onto the kerb by a black BMW where it hit a lamppost.
Six children were in the car, including an eight-month-old baby.
This year’s contributions to the Meltham Scarecrow Festival were “out-standing in their field”.
Check out the characters that dotted the streets for yesterday’s event.
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Some warm weather finally?
We’ll be reaching for the suncream in Huddersfield by the end of the week.
That’s the prediction from Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens, just days after much of the town was blanketed by snow.
He has forecast temperatures possibly hitting the magical 25-degrees by next weekend.
Normal service resumed on First Transpennine Express between Huddersfield and Dewsbury following earlier urgent repair work needed on the track.
A Wakefield hospital is to expand its emergency care unit to cope with the fallout from thepotential closure of services at two local hospitals.
Bosses at Pinderfields Hospital says there will be expanding the hospital’s emergency care centre to cope with the extra influx of patients when the A&E department at Dewsbury District Hospital (DDH) closes.
But according to information obtained by Freedom of Information, Pinderfields recorded 2,207 ambulance handover breaches between January 1, 2015, and February 25, 2016.
We've started an M62 accident blog
We’re running a blog covering the lorry jack-knife accident on the M62 this morning.
You can follow it here.
Rubber-necking drivers slow traffic going in opposite direction
Very slow traffic due to people slowing to look at accident on M62 Westbound at J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor).
A lorry is across the eastbound side.
Accident won't be cleared until12.45pm
A large HGV has jack knifed on the M62 blocking all lanes.
And Highways England have said traffic is not expected to clear until 12.45pm this afternoon.
Drivers are facing long delays after the food delivery lorry became trapped just before junction 22, Rishworth Moor, Eastbound, at 9.45am this morning.
Highways England and police are currently at the scene attempting to move the vehicle.
Images show the vehicle trapped against the central reservation, blocking other drivers from passing.
Motorists are being advised to avoid the area if possible and pick a different route.
Traffic is backing up to junction 20 of the motorway.
Just hard shoulder open following lorry jack-knife
Video of jack-knifed lorry
Queue on M62 caused by jack-knifed HGV.
M62 lorry accident
Traffic map of M62 at the moment. The dark red is where it isn’t moving or is moving very slowly.
Looks like vehicles are coming off the motorway at junction 21 (Milnrow) as there are long tailbacks leading to that junction on the eastbound carriageway.
M62 jack-knifed lorry
Another photo of the stricken lorry.
Photo of jack-knifed lorry blocking eastbound M62
M62 eastbound is now closed
M62 jack-knifed lorry
M62 accident blocking carriageway
Reports of one lane blocked and queueing traffic due to accident on M62 Eastbound at J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor), congestion to J21 A640 (Milnrow).
Lane one (of three) is reported to be blocked, affecting traffic heading from Manchester towards Huddersfield.
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