One man has died and two more are missing feared dead in a fishing trip tragedy off the Suffolk coast at Lowestoft.
Over the past few weeks you'll have heard of sinkholes opening up in various parts of the country - now we might have one of our own.
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The Coastguard is coordinating a major search off Lowestoft after reports of an overturned boat.
Humber Coastguard received a 999 call from a member of the public just before 2pm reporting a person in the water and an overturned boat at Ness Point.
RNLI lifeboats from Lowestoft, Southwold and Gorleston, along with Lowestoft Coastguard Rescue Team and Suffolk Police are on scene. An RAF rescue helicopter is also attending. A commercial windfarm vessel which was in the area is assisting.
The coxswain of the RNLI Lowestoft Lifeboat has praised the shipmate of an angler who fell into difficultly off the coast of Suffolk today.
The man had to be rescued after he fell from his boat, but his shipmate raised the alarm and kept hold of him while the pair waited for the emergency crews to arrive.
"His fishing buddy was with him, he had hold of him over the rail of the boat, but he couldn't actually get him back on board the vessel," John Fox, the coxswain of the Lowestoft Lifeboat said.
"I would say he was very lucky because he must have been in the water for a considerable amount of time, so he did exceptionally well.
"I think the guy on the boat with him did so well to keep hold of him."
Engineers have been unable to explain what caused a hole to open up in the middle of a road in Lowestoft in Suffolk.
The hole, measuring about five metres long and twenty centimetres deep, appeared just off the the A12 at Station Square on Tuesday night.
The Highways Agency said repairs have been completed and the road has re-opened, however, they don't know why it happened.
A man's been rescued from the sea after falling from a boat off the Suffolk coast.
The coastguard received a call from the angler's fellow crewman raising the alarm this morning.
The search and rescue helicopter from the Wattisham airfield, and the Lowestoft RNLI Lifeboat and Coastguard Rescue Teams from Lowestoft and Gorleston were all scrambled to the scene.
The man was airlifted to the James Paget University Hospital.
A man has been rescued from the sea after falling from a boat off the Suffolk coast.
Humber Coastguard received a call from the angler’s fellow crewman raising the alarm.
The RAF search and rescue helicopter from Wattisham, Lowestoft RNLI Lifeboat and Coastguard Rescue Teams from Lowestoft and Gorleston were scrambled.
The casualty was airlifted to James Paget University Hospital and the other crewman was taken ashore by the lifeboat.
There's been major disruption to traffic through Lowestoft after a mystery hole developed in the centre of the town.
It was discovered last night and today workmen have been repairing the damage while experts analyse whether this is the latest in a series of sinkholes around the country.
The town was badly flooded in December and the area around Lowestoft station is likely to be closed off for at least the next 24 hours.
"I've seen on other news reports about sinkholes developing around the country, and they're related to flooding," a local businessman said.
"I think this hole must be related to the floods too."
A 35-year-old woman has been charged after a man was found with stab wounds in Trafalgar Street in Lowestoft.
It happened at around 3pm on Friday February 7.
A 28-year-old man suffered wounds to his arms and leg. He was taken to the James Paget hospital for treatment but has now been discharged.
The 35-year-old woman was arrested and charged and is being detained in custody pending a court appearance before Lowestoft Magistrates on Monday.
The Queen’s Baton Relay (QBR) will visit Suffolk as part of its international journey to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, it has been announced today.
The Baton will arrive in Suffolk on Monday 9 June, midway through its two-week tour of the country aimed at drumming up support for Team England and celebrating sport as it goes.
During the Baton’s day in the region, it will be taken to a number of locations across Suffolk to celebrate the Commonwealth Games, Team England and promote participation in sport.