A female diver has died and another is being treated in hospital after a suspected diving accident on Yorkshire's East Coast.
A dive boat in Bridlington bay contacted the coastguard at 2.35pm to report that a 60-year-old woman was unconscious.
She was airlifted to hospital in Hull but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Another diver is being assessed and has been taken to a hyperbaric unit as a precaution.
It is believed the two people were involved in a diving accident.
A Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokeswoman said a search and rescue helicopter was sent to the scene from Humberside Airport with an RNLI lifeboat from Flamborough.
"The woman was flown to Hull Royal Infirmary where Hull Coastguard Rescue Team met the helicopter.
"However, despite the efforts of all involved, the diver was declared dead on arrival at the hospital."
"This is a very sad outcome and our thoughts are with the lady's friends and all those who tried to help her."
The trailer for Dad's Army has been released by Universal Pictures.
Scenes for a new film of the BBC hit were filmed in Bridlington, doubling as wartime 1940s Britain.
It comes as civic leaders say they want to twin the town with fictional Walmington-on-Sea.
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A woman has been sentenced to 12 years for causing the death of a man from Bridlington.
Katie Rose was given an eight year prison sentence for manslaughter and four years for violent disorder.
in connection with the death of Graham White. Two other men were also given lengthy prison sentences for violent disorder.
A driver has died after being involved in a head-on crash with another car in Bridlington.
It happened when a silver Ford Focus driven by a 41-year-old Hessle man and a white Volvo V60, driven by a 47-year-old Bridlington man were in collision, two miles north of Beeford. The Ford Focus drvier died at the scene.
The other driver suffered abdominal injuries.
The accident happened around 8.15pm on Saturday July 1. Police are appealing for witnesses.
A man who killed a work colleague with one punch during a night out in Harrogate has been jailed for six years.
Phillip Patrick Begley, aged 44 and of Wellington Road, Bridlington, was found guilty of the manslaughter of Paul Morrison at Leeds Crown Court on Thursday 2 July 2014, following a four-day trial.
Begley was also found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm for an attack on Paul’s friend, Peter Bell, and was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment to run consecutively.
The men had met in Harrogate on the evening of 1 November 2014, where they went for a drink in the Wetherspoons Winter Gardens pub, in Parliament Street.
At around 7.30pm, Paul and Mr Bell were in the beer garden at the back of the pub when they were approached by Begley. He punched Paul in the face and he fell backwards hitting his head on the base of a pillar.
Paul, who was aged 51 and from Burton Leonard, sustained a serious head injury and was taken to Harrogate District Hospital, where he spent almost three weeks fighting for his life before he passed away.
Mr Bell suffered facial injuries in the incident, which required hospital treatment.
I hope Paul’s death highlights to people that getting involved in any kind of violent behaviour can have a tragic outcome.
A family has lost a loved one, and Philip Begley is spending the foreseeable future in jail all because of one punch.
The family of a man from Bridlington who has been missing for more than six months say they are angry after police told them they are scaling back their investigation to find him.
Damion Vernon has not been seen since early December when he was reported missing by his family in Bridlington.
Police say they believe the 32-year-old travelled to Wakefield, but have now completed all lines of investigation.
The force will be keeping the case open, though.
Nothing has been seen or heard of Damion since he disappeared but as James Webster reports, his family believe someone knows what's happened to him:
Police are appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 12 blue coloured bottles of BOC Gas Nitrous Oxide stolen in Bridlington earlier today.
The force was called at 10.37am reporting that the gas bottles had been stolen from the Bridlington and District Hospital on Bessingby Road, Bridlington.
There are described as six 5ft G Size royal blue bottles and six E Size 2ft royal blue bottles marked up as “Medical Nitrous Oxide”.
The gas is used as a general anaesthetic by the hospital and is potentially dangerous if misused and needs to be stored appropriately.
The gas bottles should be returned to the hospital or handed into the nearest police station.
A 15-year-old girl has been reported missing from Bridlington.
Danni Jade Davies from High Street in Bridlington was reported missing to police on Wednesday May 6.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for Danni’s welfare and are asking for help in finding her.
The teenager was last seen by at approximately 2pm on Thursday April 30 and is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build, with long, mousey coloured hair.
Officers investigating Danni’s disappearance have reason to believe she may be in the Bolton/Greater Manchester area and enquiries are being conducted in that area.
The mother of missing Damion Vernon, whose family say died of a broken heart, will be buried today.
Margaret Vernon died suddenly in April, five months after her son disappeared. She spent the weeks before her death campaigning for his safe return.