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All lanes reopened
Queueing traffic due to earlier accident, three cars involved on M621 Westbound between J1 A6110 (Beeston/Farnley) and M62 J27 / A650 / A62 (Gildersome). All lanes have been re-opened.
There was a rolling road block in place until around 17:45, affecting traffic heading out of Leeds towards the M62.
M621 at a standstill
Several Twitter users have tweeted to say that the M621 isn’t moving - and neither is the M62 if you’re heading from Leeds to Manchester
M62 traffic problems after crash
A classic biplane which crashed-landed at Crosland Heath Golf Club has been revealed as a rare aircraft painstakingly restored by its owner.
The Tiger Cub G-MMIH – dubbed The Red Baron – dates back to the 1980s and may be the only one of its kind still flying in the UK.
That’s all from me this afternoon. Handing over to my colleague Dave.
A short update on the overturned lorry at Royds Hall. A spokeswoman for the school says the field above the school where it happened has been cordoned off and the school are unaware of any injuries. No further news at the minute.
Baldwin Jackson sent us this photo on Facebook of the overturned lorry outside Royds Hall in Paddock. Police say that they have received no reports of any RTC at the location. Photo by Peter Lockwood.
Breaking news: We’ve heard reports that a lorry has toppled over on the Royds Hall school playing fields on Douglas Avenue, Paddock. Our photographer is currently at the scene. No reports of any injuries.
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Looks like there have been a couple of burst water mains. The first is on The Ridgeways in Linthwaite, the second at Tandem Way behind the Gallagher Retail Park in Waterloo.
A musical mother and daughter are to perform on the same concert stage for the first time.
Julia and Lauren Taylor, from Oakes, are taking part in a charity concert in aid of the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice at St Stephen’s Church, Lindley.
There are reports of an attempted robbery in the small hours of this morning on Springdale Avenue, Thornton Lodge.
Police say a 22-year-old man was approached at his front door at 1.30am as he had just got back from the shop, when a suspect punched him in the back of his head. He turned around and was punched for a second time and trips on the doorstep causing him to fall to the floor.
Whilst on the floor, the suspect kicked the victim to his head and body demanding money and his phone.
The victim managed to get to his feet and ran off down the street and managed to flag down a passing vehicle. The suspect fled the scene and no property was stolen.
The suspect is described as a white male, aged 25-30, slim build, around 5ft 8”, short dark hair. He was wearing a long sleeved hoodie covering his head, dark blue jogging bottoms, trainers and a dark coloured balaclava over his face. He spoke broken English with an Eastern European accent.
Detective Constable Divek Singh Ubhi, of Huddersfield CID, said: “We are appealing any information about this incident - thankfully the victim managed to escape with only minor injuries, but was shaken up from this ordeal.
“If anyone was in the area at the time, witnessed the incident or has any information about the suspect involved, please contact myself via 101 quoting reference 13160240475.”
That’s all from me. My colleague Susie will be here shortly. See you next time.
I really enjoyed a behind-the-scenes look around at Dewsbury Town Hall the other week.
I went into the old courtroom and the old police cells.
I also came face to face with a photograph of my late grandfather - Herbert Farrar Shaw - who was Mayor of Dewsbury in the 1930s.
Gold sovereigns and jewellery worth several thousands pounds have been stolen from a house in Brighouse.
The raid happened on Wednesday June 1 at approximately 3pm and burglars got in through a rear window.
A large volume of collectable sovereigns were stolen and police are appealing for anyone offered such items in suspicious circumstances to contact them via 101.
Talk about the green, green grass of home. The newly-renovated pitch at the John Smith’s Stadium is looking well in the sunshine.
Here’s the background on the pitch maintenance.
Looks like the pilot of the plane that crashed shortly after taking off from Crosland Moor airfield yesterday had a lucky escape.
The plane came down on the 16th fairway at the nearby Crosland Heath Golf Club, not far from where golfers were playing.
The pilot, in his 50s, was able to walk away.
The crash was reported to the Air Accident Investigation Branch. We’re just waiting to hear whether there will be a formal investigation.
Often when there are no serious injuries or major damage there is no full investigation, I understand.
There’s stop-start traffic due to an earlier accident involving a lorry and a coach on the M62 Huddersfield-bound between junction 20 at Rochdale and junction 21 (Milnrow). It’s moving at last, according to police.
Hello everybody. Martin here. Lovely weather we’re having! Phew, what a scorcher. Nearly.
Well, that’s all from me this morning. Handing over to Martin.
Debris removed from road on M1 Northbound at J38 A637 (Darton / Huddersfield).
Severe delays and queueing traffic due to earlier accident on M62 Eastbound between J20 A627(M) Rochdale and J21 A640 (Milnrow), congestion on M62 to J12 M60 / M602 (Eccles Interchange).
Affecting traffic heading from Manchester towards Huddersfield. The accident involving two vehicles happened at 0700. Lanes were fully opened at 9.25am.
Ahead of this Summer’s Euro 2016 tournament, West Yorkshire Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner is urging fans not to ‘lose it all for football’ after receiving a high volume of calls relating to domestic abuse incidents during major tournaments.
West Yorkshire Police has a policy of positive action against perpetrators. Every report of Domestic Abuse is attended by a Police Officer and where appropriate a crime is recorded, investigated and the victim safeguarded.
During the previous tournaments, Euro 2012 and the World Cup, the police saw domestic abuse increase by a third and receiving an average of 110 calls per game.
West Yorkshire Police are urging football fans to enjoy the upcoming tournament in the right spirit and also warned that inflamed passions and excess alcohol will be no excuse for domestic abuse ahead of England’s first Euro 2016 game on 11 June.
Special ceremony to mark the return of First Class facilities at Huddersfield Railway Station on the afternoon of Wednesday, June 8.
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman and Chocolat author Joanne Harris have been invited among others.
Local railway enthusiasts say it is “many decades” since the station boasted such facilities.
Two lanes closed, queueing traffic and long delays due to debris on road and accident, a lorry and a coach involved on M62 Eastbound between J20 A627(M) Rochdale and J21 A640 (Milnrow), congestion on M60 to J13 A572 / A575 / B5211 (Worsley).
Lanes one and two (of three) are closed. Affecting traffic heading from Manchester towards Huddersfield.
A Jaguar sports car was engulfed in flames after a fire broke out in a large garage at Royd Street, Milnsbridge, in the early hours of this morning.
Watch Commander Andy Rose said two pumps from Huddersfield were called to the blaze at 2.46am and spent a couple of hours putting it out.
Mr Rose said: “It appears the fire may have been triggered by an electrical fault in some spotlights which were left on while the occupiers were away.
“Some of the pebble dash exterior expanded in the heat and flew into a neighbour’s patio window on Rutland Road.”
NFU livestock board chairman Charles Sercombe is to tell farmers and members of the public that we must do more to prevent cases of livestock worrying, and calls upon police forces to investigate incidents and prosecute those that act irresponsibly.
Speaking at the Sheepwatch UK event in Loughborough this week, Charles Sercombe will give some key recommendations to the farming community how they can ensure reductions in incidences of livestock worrying.
Mr Sercombe said: “Livestock worrying has a devastating impact on animal welfare and the farm businesses. We need to continually reiterate to the public as part of our Love Your Countryside campaign there is the ever increasing need for vigilance and take responsibility for their dogs to prevent straying and to keep them under control when walking near livestock.