Huddersfield Town defender Tommy Smith is in hospital after suffering a head injury during the game against Leeds United today.
Huddersfield Town defender Tommy Smith is now in a stable condition at Leeds General Infirmary after suffering a head injury at today's Championship game against Leeds United. The club reported on their website that he has been sitting up and talking to members of Huddersfield Town's staff. He has undergone scans and tests and will stay in hospital overnight for observation.
Two men have been charged in connection with alleged firearms offences in Sheffield.
Raymond Todd, 54, of Shiregreen and Byron Cowling, 43, of Wincobank have been charged with an offence relating to the manufacture of firearms and ammunition, under the Firearms Act.
Police conducted an operation in the Newman Road area of Sheffield on Thursday January 29, 2015 and arrested the two men in connection with firearms offences.
Yorkshire Air Ambulance was called to the John Smith's stadium in Huddersfield today to fly injured defender Tommy Smith to hospital.
He suffered what is thought to be a head injury during Huddersfield Town's match againt Leeds United.
Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell has been speaking to ITV Calendar after one of his players, defender Tommy Smith, was airlifted to hospital suffering a head injury during the match against Leeds United.
Huddersfield defender Tommy Smith has been airlifted to hospital following an apparent heavy collision with his own team-mate Joe Murphy.
The incident occurred in the 90th minute of Town's 2-1 defeat against Leeds at the John Smith's Stadium.
Smith was beaten to a cross by Leeds striker Billy Sharp, who headed a last-gasp winner for the visitors, before the centre-back seemed to collide with goalkeeper Murphy.
A Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust spokeswoman said: "We received a call at 14.28 to reports of a medical emergency at Huddersfield.
"Two ambulances were sent and the air ambulance was in attendance.The air ambulance took one patient to Leeds General Infirmary."
Huddersfield manager Chris Powell said in his post-match press conference: "I am shocked after seeing that. I made sure I saw him and his family and hopefully everything will be okay."
Protestors fighting proposed cuts to Lincolnshire's fire service have marched through Lincoln city centre.
They are hoping to get 3000 signatures on a petition to allow them to speak at a council meeting to oppose the changes. James Webster reports.
Passengers are being warned to expect disruption on some East Midlands Trains services this weekend because of engineering works.
There are no direct services running between Sheffield and London. Trains will not be able to travel further than West Hampstead and some services will terminate at Luton as Network Rail carries out work to improve the track and overhead lines at St Pancras International station.
Hundreds of miners facing the threat of redundancy have staged a march and rally urging the Government to throw a mutli-million pound lifeline to the country's last deep pits. Union leaders say if the mines do close the effect will be devastating. Jon Hill reports.