A man has been arrested after four cyclists were seriously injured in a collision with a VW Scirocco on the A15 at Ashby De La Launde at 2.25am this morning.
The cyclists were part of a large organised bike ride travelling to Sleaford. The event involved riders from across the UK. Police say they cannot release further information about the injured cyclists until all relatives have been informed.
A 29 year-old local man was arrested a short time later and remains in custody.
Part of the A15 was closed with diversions in place for several hours.
West Yorkshire Police says concern is growing for two men who police believe were seriously injured after a car crashed into a house in Doncaster yesterday (Tuesday 25 August).
Witnesses have reported seeing the men leave the scene of the crash, which happened at around 12.50pm in Poppyfields Way. Reports suggest that at least one of them had serious injuries and had lost a significant amount of blood.
Despite extensive enquiries carried out by police to find them, they have not yet been located.
“From the witness accounts we have so far, one of the men had a terrible leg injury, which we believe was caused by the fire. People have told us the men were seriously injured and we believe they need urgent medical attention due to the impact of the crash and also the fire.
“No one has presented themselves at hospital with these injuries or at our local GPs, so the likelihood is that these men are still suffering with serious injuries, which could be life-threatening and have terrible consequences. I urge them to come forward to get the treatment they need.
“Also, I urge anyone who knows were these men are to come forward and tell us what you know so that we can ensure they are safe and well.”
Two other men inside the car died at the scene. Another man, who was also inside the car, is being treated for life-threatening injuries.
Police are currently unable to confirm who was sitting where inside the car. Work is ongoing to formally identify the two deceased men.
One woman was inside the house at the time of the collision. She was not injured.
A police presence will continue in the area today while officers speak to local residents and review CCTV.
Grieving classmates today paid tribute to five friends who were killed in an horrific car crash in South Yorkshire. They died when their car crossed onto the wrong side of the road and collided with another vehicle.
It happened on the A630 at Conisbrough as they were travelling away from Doncaster on Saturday evening.
The 21 year old driver of a third car has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. Chris Kiddey reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision which occurred at about 1630hrs on Monday 27 October on the B1249 close to the Octon roundabout, on the Driffield side in East Yorkshire.
The collision involved two vehicles, a dark coloured Kia Sorento and a grey Peugeot 308, which were travelling in opposite directions.
The two people in the Peugeot, a 75-year-old man and a 71-year-old woman, both fromScarborough, and the male driver, who was the only occupant of the Kia, were all taken to hospital.
The woman from the Peugeot, who was travelling in the front passenger seat, subsequently died due to injuries received.
The Peugeot driver suffered non life threatening injuries and the Kia driver sustained a number of fractures.
Police would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either vehicle prior to the collision.
Anyone with information should contact Humberside Police on telephone 101 referring to log 475 of 27 October 2014.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision in Aberford, Leeds, on Saturday afternoon (25 October).
At around 4.40pm, a blue Toyota Prius had been travelling along the B1217 Collier Lane in the direction of Lotherton Hall when it left the carriageway and collided with the M1 bridge support wall.
The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, believed to be a 61-year-old man who lived locally, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Detective Sergeant Carole Greaves of the Major Collision Enquiry Team, said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who saw any part of this incident or the manner of driving of the Prius immediately prior to the collision. Anyone with information is asked to call the Major Collision Enquiry Team on 101."
A woman seriously injured in a crash with an ambulance in Wakefield last month has died in hospital.
The 60-year-old woman was driving her Volkswagen Golf on Doncaster Road on October 20 when she collided with the ambulance on its way to an emergency.
She had been in a critical condition in Leeds General Infirmary since then, but died there yesterday.
A woman's died following a crash involving a motorbike on a main road in Doncaster. The accident happened on the A614 Selby Road near Thorne yesterday lunchtime.
It's thought the rider of the bike lost control and crashed. The 56-year-old sustained minor injuries but the passenger, a 64-year-old woman - was fatally hurt and pronounced dead at the scene.
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after the car he was in hit a tree in north Leeds early this morning. The BMW left the road in Scarcroft and was thrown down an embankment. A 29-year-old woman's been arrested on suspicion of drink driving. Three other people were also hurt.
A mock school bus crash, thought to be the first of its kind in the country, has been staged in Lincolnshire, to teach children how they should react in a real-life emergency.
The exercise at St George's Academy in Sleaford, involved dozens of year 7 students.
It is designed to test how quickly the students could escape. One of two buses was also filled with smoke so the children could see how hostile conditions can become in an emergency. The exercise will now be used to teach children life saving skills across the county.
There is relief for a family from Hull after their little boy came out of a coma following a bike accident.
And with 12 year old Daniel Morgan on the road to recovery they've allowed Calendar to go to his bedside to get a very important message across.
Daniel sadly wasn't wearing a safety helmet. Now his mother Kelly is calling for legislation to make helmets compulsory. Fiona Dwyer reports.