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Man seriously injured in Bradford crash

Police are appealing for information after a man was seriously injured in a crash on Wakefield Road in Bradford.

The 31-year-old driver's white Seat Leon collided with railings and a lamp post at the roundabout close to the junction with New Hey Road on Sunday morning.

The man from Bradford was taken to hospital with head and back injuries and remains there in a stable condition.

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Crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Grimsby

A major crackdown on anti-social behaviour has begun in Grimsby, on a street where police say they've received dozens of complaints from residents and businesses.

North East Lincolnshire Council and Humberside Police say the problems on Freeman Street are often linked to street drinking. A 'Public Space Protection Order' is already in place in the area, which enables officers to confiscate alcohol and issue fines.

Some businesses say the problems are so bad though they're driving away trade.

Kate Hemingway reports:

Rotherham United sign Bournemouth goalkeeper Lee Camp

Rotherham United sign goalkeeper Lee Camp Credit: RUFC

Rotherham United have signed goalkeeper Lee Camp from Premier League AFC Bournemouth, subject to Football League ratification.

The Millers swooped for the Northern Ireland international stopper just minutes before the transfer window slammed shut, after coming to an agreement with the player and his representatives this afternoon at AESSEAL New York Stadium.

As a result of Lee's arrival the Millers have allowed loanee Kelle Roos to return to Derby County.

"I am delighted that we have been able to secure the services of such an experienced Championship goalkeeper.

The lad played against the Millers on three occasions last season and our supporters will have seen it first hand the qualities he possesses. Lee had a number of options presented to him from other Championship clubs, but after much consideration he has decided that his future lies at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

As soon as I became aware that there was a possibility of bringing Lee Camp to Rotherham United I immediately spoke with my counterpart at Derby County regarding the possibility of young Kelle being recalled back to the iPro Stadium.

I must thank Paul Clement for his full understanding in the matter and we all wish young Kelle a bright and successful future."

– Steve Evans, RUFC

Police appeal after suspected arson attack in Featherstone

A 48-year-old man who had been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire at a house in Featherstone on Sunday morning has been released on bail.

A woman and two children were asleep inside the house on Huntwick Crescent when they were woken by the family dog at 2.30am to discover that two large sheds in their back garden were on fire.

Anyone who has any information about the fire is being asked to contact Wakefield Police.

We are investigating this incident which has caused extensive damage to the property. Fortunately the occupants were able to get out of the house safely and were unhurt.

– Detective Constable Laura Wheatley, Wakefield CID

Biffa company statement following motorcyclist death

Waste management firm Biffa have released a statement after a motorcyclist died in a crash with one of their vehicles this morning.

"An incident took place on the A650, Tingley Common in Leeds on Tuesday 1st September 2015, which resulted in a collision between a Biffa vehicle and a motorcyclist and sadly led to the death of the driver of the motorcycle.

The emergency services attended the scene and we are helping the police with their enquiries. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family of the motorcyclist.

Biffa takes health and safety very seriously and is conducting its own internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.”

– Paul Gough, Biffa Group Head of Safety, Health and Quality

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Female pedestrian seriously injured in Market Rasen collision

A female pedestrian in her 70s has been seriously injured in a collision in Market Rasen this afternoon.

The incident happened in Mill Street, around 4.25pm. The woman has been flown to Hull Royal Infirmary with very serious injuries.

The driver of the vehicle involved is not believed to be injured.

The road is currently closed and likely to remain so for some hours.

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