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Sheffield primary school deep cleaned after 170 pupils fall ill

A deep clean is taking place at a primary school in Sheffield today where more than 170 pupils and 4 members of staff fell sick from a vomiting bug.

Intake Primary School, Sheffield Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Intake Primary School, which has around 400 pupils, remained open following the outbreak on Thursday, but children who were ill were told to stay at home to prevent the illness spreading further.

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Police appeal over missing Scunthorpe teenager

Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager from Scunthorpe.

Leon Bulmer

Leon Bulmer who is 16-years-old was reported missing by his mother on Sunday November 27.

There have been a couple of sightings of him in the town. The most recent was on Thursday December 1 on Frodingham Road.

He is described as white, 5ft 11ins, slim with short light brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing black jeans, a black top and a blue body warmer.

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Police watchdog remain in Hull after man shot dead by officers

Investigators from the police watchdog remain in Hull this weekend after a man was shot dead by officers in the city.

Lewis James Skelton Credit: Family photo

31 year old Lewis Skelton was tasered and then shot twice following reports of him wielding an axe in the street on Tuesday.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is currently investigating the incident.

Mr Skelton's family has told investigators he had mental health problems. They are urging anyone who witnessed the incident to contact them.

Mum whose teenage daughter drowned backs new app

The mother of a teenager who drowned in the River Ouse in York has backed an app aimed at preventing deaths in the future.

Megan Roberts who tragically drowned in the River Ouse

Jackie Roberts lost her 20-year-old student daughter Megan after she fell into the river when walking home after a night out in January 2014.

Jackie, who is now an ambassador for the Royal Life Saving Society, says she is delighted that RoarApp is backing the charity's new Don't Drink and Drown campaign.

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