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Debris on M62 eastbound
Reports of debris on road on M62 Eastbound between J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor) and J24 A629 (Ainley Top).
Traffic coping well, heading over the Pennines on the route from Manchester towards Leeds.
Got yours yet?
M62 traffic update
Queueing traffic due to earlier broken down vehicle on M62 Westbound between J20 A627(M) Rochdale and J19 A6046 (Heywood), congestion on M62 to J21 A640 (Milnrow). In the roadworks area. All lanes have been re-opened.
(Lane one (of three) was closed on the route from Huddersfield towards Manchester. The vehicle was a bin lorry.)
August Bank Holiday: What's on guide
Make the most of this bank holiday weekend - it’s the last one of the year!
We’ve put together a bumper list of days out and events in and around Huddersfield this weekend — you’re bound to find something you fancy.
Reports of debris on the road on the M62 eastbound between Rishworth and Ainley Top. Take care.
Have you been listening to the HTAFC transfer rumours?
Slaithwaite fire caused by "electrical fault"
We’ve received an update on the fire in Slaithwaite from the Fire & Rescue Service.
The service were called at 3.45am this morning by a neighbour alerting them to the fire after hearing alarms going off.
One fire engine remains at the scene today (still in attendance at 14.25 hrs) and a fire investigator has looked into the cause of the fire.
The most likely cause of the fire is an electrical fault on a dehumidifier in the basement.
Station Manager Jon Needham said: “If the neighbour had not been woken by the alarm and dialled 999 this fire could have developed beyond the basement to the whole building.
“The Fire Service has been able to get onsite quickly and deal with the blaze before it has spread any further.”
No one has been hurt in the incident.
A joyful sing song
Here’s a video that will put a smile on your face on a Tuesday afternoon...
This is the Ethiopian choir at St Paul’s in Eastthorpe, Mirfield.
Tuesday is charity day - so we’ve compiled a list of some of the top things selfless Huddersfield folk did for others this week.
From an antiques fair to running penguins, you lot have raised hundreds for some brilliant causes.
Return from Rio
Huddersfield’s badminton bronze medallist Marcus Ellis has landed back in the UK
Fire alerted by neighbour
One of the charities based at The Watershed has revealed that a “light sleeping neighbour” alerted fire crews...
Hospital shake up survey delayed
This is just breaking this lunchtime: Results from the CCG’s Right Care Right Time Right Place survey have been postponed.
The feedback from the poll was due today, but has been delayed for unknown reasons.
Unconfirmed reports suggest the results will be published on Thursday.
Going to Leeds Festival this weekend?
We’ve compiled a list of everything you need to know regarding travel plans.
Huddersfield in Rio top 50
Grab your copy of the Examiner to find out where we came!
Pet crematorium for Mirfield
Plans have been submitted for a pet crematorium in Mirfield.
The business plans to open on Huddersfield Road to provide grieving pet owners who want their animals’ ashes returned.
Hunter Group fire
An update on the fire at the Hunter Group site in Lockwood.
Fire fighters said the fire had reduced to just smoke but is still very much active. Crews are visiting on and off to keep a check up on it.
Missing Calderdale man
Poice are concerned about a missing Calderdale man.
James Gray, 39, was last seen on Mount Pleasant Drive in Mytholmroyd at 6am yesterday.
James is described as white, approximately 5ft 9”, skinny build and has a shaven head. He is clean shaven with tattooed spots on the knuckles of his left hand and a cross on his left forearm.
He was last seen wearing a blue baseball cap with an ‘S’ logo on it - like the Superman logo, a black puffa jacket, dark blue jogging bottoms and grey Adidas trainers.
He is known to have links to the Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden areas.
Detective Inspector Dave Shaw, said:
“It has now been over a day since James was last seen and we are becoming increasingly concerned for him. We are out searching for him but would also appeal to anyone who sees him or thinks they see him to get in contact immediately. We have issued a new photograph of James.
“Even if it turns out to be a false sighting it helps in our search.”
Anyone with information should call 101
The three main charities who use the venue include handicapped children’s charity Shabang, Satellite Arts and Impossible Arts, who work with disadvantaged members of the community.
Felix the cat put on strict diet
Poor Felix the Station Cat has been put on a DIET after too many people have been feeding her treats.
The pest controller puss has been piling on the pounds, which TransPennine Express staff say is down to her new found stardom.
Station staff have now kindly requested that the public refrain from feeding her.
Poor Felix, may we suggest the Catkins diet?
You can find out more about Felix’s latest charity move here - perhaps it will help her shift a few pounds.
Slaithwaite fire "under control"
The fire at The Watershed has now been brought under control. There are currently two appliances in attendance.
A crew member from Huddersfield Fire Station said: “We’ve got two pumps there to dampen things down.
“It’s definitely under control now.”
The geyser has gone!
Update on the Slawit geyser: The water is no longer spraying in the air.
Yorkshire Water confirmed that the burst was NOT a water main but in fact a fire hydrant that had bust.
They attended to help and the situation all seems to be in control.
They have said this:
“The Fire Service were fighting a fire on Bridge Street and the hydrant was damaged causing water to spray up.
“Our colleagues have attended to reduce water pressure so there is no longer a plume of water and the fire service can make a future repair to the hydrant.
“Essentially it’s a fire service focus not Yorkshire Water.”
Kirklees to discuss budget overspend
In other news this morning: Kirklees Council will meet today to discuss a budget overspend of £6million.
Councillors will discuss a report that claims use of reserves is being spent faster than planned.
Geyser in Slaithwaite
There’s a geyser in Slawit - and it’s not the sort with shades and a v-neck t-shirt:
Good news for commuters - the M62 eastbound is clear.
There are also a number of changes being made to the 358 bus route:
VIDEO: Scene at The Watershed
Here is some video from the scene in the centre of Slaithwaite this morning:
Roads re-opening in Slaithwaite
The village is now accessible, with just Bridge Street still closed.
Buses going through may be affected, however. Our photographer is at the scene and says the worst of the fire is over - the only visible damage from the street is a few broken windows.
Fire at The Watershed
Kirklees Rural Police have posted these pictures with an update on Facebook.
Unfortuately The Watershed has been hit by a fire in the basement, which is devastating as they do a lot of work with children and people with disabilities.
Fire crews said the fire was difficult to access due to the amounts of storage items blocking access in the basement.
Luckily, the worst seems to be over. We’ve also been informed that it is not a burst water main but a fire hydrant that’s bust, causing the fountain.
Fire in Slaithwaite: What's going on?
A few details on the fire: Crews were called to Bridge Street at 3.45am this morning to reports of a basement fire on Bridge Street.
According to reports it’s The Watershed - a creative arts centre - that is on fire.
At its peak, eight fire engines were in attendance. Crews are still there now trying to bring it under control.
No one was involved or injured in the fire.
The service tried to use a hydrant for water supply to douse the flames which caused a water main to burst. They are now using water from the river.
Yorkshire Water are currently on the scene to deal with the burst main.
More updates as we get them.
This picture was sent to us by Zaheer Iqbal on Facebook.
In other traffic news: the M62 eastbound is currently very slow around Chain Bar and stretching back to Brighouse. The Flouch Roundabout is also still busy due to a broken down vehicle.
There is also a lot of fog about this morning, particularly around Castle Hill, Emley Moor and Saddleworth Moor, so be careful if you’re up on the tops.