The pictures of the two men who were killed after a car crashed into a wall and burst into flames in Branton, near Doncaster, last week have been released by South Yorkshire Police.
The fatalities have been identified as 26-year-old former soldier Liam Aldred and 27-year-old Dean McIntyre.
A 71-year-old local woman who was involved in a crash in Market Rasen yesterday died at the Hull Royal Infirmary last night, police have confirmed.
The crash happened in Mill Street around 4.25pm on Tuesday 1 September. One vehicle was involved, a black Vauxhall Vivaro panel van.
The driver, aged 46 is from the Brigg area was interviewed by police following the crash.
The road was closed at the time of the collision and re-opened at 9.20 pm.
Kell Brook will defend his IBF World Welterweight title against Diego Chaves at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield on October 24.
Brook makes the third defence of his crown after beating mandatory challenger Jo Jo Dan in four rounds in March and then stopping Frankie Gavin in six rounds at The O2.
Argentinian Chaves enters the clash on the back of a split draw with Timothy Bradley having also taken on Brandon Rios and Keith Thurman in his last four fights.
Nicky Ajose has left Leeds United after having his contract terminated.
The forward has now joined League One Swindon Town after becoming a free agent.
Ajose made just four appearances during a year at Elland Road and spent the majority of last season out on loan with Crewe Alexandra.
The Prince of Wales will be in West and North Yorkshire next week.
Prince Charles will visit HMP Prison in Leeds to meet those involved in The Prince of Wales's Mosaic 'through-the-gates' mentoring programme next Thursday.
The Prince of Wales will also be in Guiseley, Wensleydale, Leyburn and Richmond during his trip.
Sheffield star Jessica Ennis-Hill has taken part in a charity golf tournament at Hallamshire Golf Club today.
The Olympic champion recently won heptathlon gold at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing.
Several other sporting stars including Alan Shearer and jockey AP McCoy were involved in The Dan Walker Golf Day, a private tournament which aims to raise £30,000 for Sheffield Children's Hospital.
Eggborough Power Station will close next year.
Up to 240 jobs are expected to go when the plant ceases generating power in March 2016, the owners have announced.
Eggborough Power Limited (EPL) says consultation with staff and further talks with government bodies are underway.
The coal-fired power station requires additional funding of £200 million over the next three years to continue generating power, which is financially unsustainable for the 53 year old plant.
It is the latest blow for the area. In May, energy firm SSE announced the closure of Ferrybridge Power Station with the loss of more than 170 staff jobs and hundreds more contractors. The plant is likely to close within a year. Its owners said the station, which is nearly 50 years old, is uneconomic to run with government policy favouring greener forms of energy production.
And less than 10 miles from Eggborough, Kellingley Colliery is set to close in December this year with the loss of hundreds of jobs.