One lane is closed and there are reports of queueing traffic southbound on the A1(M) at Doncaster due to a crash.
It happened between junction 38 A638 / A1 Doncaster By-Pass (Red House) and junction 37 A635 Barnsley Road (Marr).
Motorists are being advised to approach with care.
It's congratulations to Doncaster's Bailey Matthews who completed his latest triathlon yesterday at his very own event. Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, staged a shortened version of the triathlon in Derby that ran alongside an event hosted by formula one star Jenson Button.
He completed all the stages in just over half an hour - this time crossing the line without taking the now famous tumbles that made him an internet sensation almost a year ago. Here he is in action.
One lane is blocked northbound on A1 Doncaster by-pass due to an accident.
A car that has gone into the central reservation between A1(M) J38 / A638 Red House and B6474 (Wentbridge South / Kirk Smeaton Turn Off).
Traffic leaving Doncaster traveling towards Pontefract is affected.
There are reports of animals on the road A1(M) northbound between junction 36 A630 Warmsworth Road and junction 38 A638 / A1 Doncaster By-Pass (Red House).
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A 77-year-old man who had gone missing from his home in Doncaster has been found.
Police have confirmed that Brian Barns has been found safe and well and thanked the public for sharing their appeal.
South Yorkshire police are concerned for the welfare of a pensioner from Doncaster who has gone missing.
Brian Barnes who is 77, was last seen around 9am this morning (Monday July 4) in the York Road/Watch House Lane area of the town.
Brian is described as being 5ft 3ins tall of medium build, with grey/brown hair that is receding. He was last seen wearing brown shoes, black trousers and a black/blue mohair cardigan with a pale blue bomber jacket.
An investigation is underway after a woman is alleged to have been assaulted in the Thorne area of Doncaster.
Officers were called to the Willow Grove area around 11.10am where they found the injured woman.
A man driving a blue and white quad bike was seen in the area at the time which was being driven towards Alexander Road. Police believe the driver of the quad bike was travelling with a small child.
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A 27-year-old man has been jailed for four-and-a-half years for sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl in Doncaster.
Mark Richmond, of Whitcomb Drive, Rossington, was arrested after the girl's family raised concerns with police last December.
This has been a complex investigation and I commend the victim in this case for her strength throughout our inquiry.
Richmond has accepted responsibility for his vile crime and this result shows that we will continue in our relentless pursuit of sexual offenders to protect children and young people from harm.
I hope this case acts as further encouragement to victims and survivors of sexual exploitation that we investigate these matters thoroughly, and will do whatever we can to bring perpetrators of abuse before the courts.