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Man sustains life-threatening injuries in Doncaster

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 23-year-old man sustained life-threatening injuries in Doncaster.

At around 12pm on Monday 8 December, the man was reportedly involved in an altercation with at least two other unknown men between North Bridge and Church View.

He was taken to hospital where his condition is described as critical.

A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of assault and remains in police custody.

Police are asking witnesses or anyone with information to get in touch.

Firefighters rescue horse from slurry-filled ditch

Julie Hepworth tends to her exhausted thoroughbred horse Herbie after he became stuck for several hours in a slurry-filled ditch and had to be rescued by firefighters in the village of Sykehouse, near Doncaster, early today.

Julie Hepworth tends to Herbie after he has been rescued from slurry-filled ditch Credit: ITV Yorkshire

The battle now is to get Herbie back on his feet because he's 30 years old and has been worn out by his ordeal.

Julie bought him many years ago. Herbie is a former racehorse, who ran at Ascot and Epsom, but was retired because of injury

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Doncaster assault: Police release CCTV images of potential witnesses

Police investigating an assault at a bar in Doncaster have released CCTV images of several potential witnesses.

South Yorkshire Police release cctv image of potential witnesses to assault Credit: South Yorkshire Police
Do you know this woman? Police hope she may be able to help their inquiry Credit: South Yorkshire Police
Is this you? Police hope you can help with their inquiry Credit: South Yorkshire Police

Officers are trying to trace the three people pictured in the images as they may have witnessed a 50 year-old man being attacked at the Relish bar on East Laith Gate on Friday evening.

A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault. He has been released on bail pending further inquiries.

Tributes to 'caring young man, friend and brother' at funeral

Leeds United footballers were among the mourners at a funeral service in Doncaster today for 16-year-old Blake Cairns - one of five teenagers killed in the car crash in Consibrough almost two weeks ago. Around 1200 people attended the funeral - the fourth this week for the victims of the tragedy, From Doncaster, David Hirst reports.

Leeds Utd footballers among mourners at crash funeral

Leeds United footballers were among the mourners at a funeral service in Doncaster today for 16-year-old Blake Cairns - one of five teenagers killed in the car crash in Consibrough almost two weeks ago. Around 1200 people attended the funeral - the fourth this week for the victims of the tragedy, David Hirst reports.

Police search for missing Doncaster woman

Police are searching for missing Maryilyn White Credit: South Yorkshire police

Police are asking for help in finding missing Maryilyn White from Hatfield Woodhouse in Doncaster.

Officers says she was last seen at her home address on Bawtry Road in Hatfield Woodhouse, at around 8:30pm on Wednesday, 26 November.

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Hundreds of mourners at Blake Cairns' funeral

Leeds United footballers Billy Sharp, Michael Tonge and Stephen Warnock are among hundreds of mourners at today's funeral service in Doncaster for 16-year-old Blake Cairns - one of five teenagers killed in a car crash at an accident spot in Conisbrough almost two weeks ago.

Mourners arrive for Blake Cairns' funeral

Blake's brother Alex is a member of Leeds United's academy. The funeral service at the Salvation Army Hall in Doncaster is the last of this week's services for the five victims, all of whom were either current or past pupils at the Danum Academy School. Police are continuing their investigations into the crash.

Last funeral of five friends

The last funeral takes place today of five friends killed in a crash in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire. A service will be held for 16-year-old Blake Cairns at the Salvation Army Hall in Doncaster.

Blake died along with four other present and former pupils of Danum School in an accident in Conisbrough.

A minute's applause will also be held at at Elland Road tomorrow for Blake, whose brother Alex is a goalkeeper at Leeds United.

Last funeral of five friends

Hundreds of classmates say goodbye to Arpad

The funeral of another of the five teenagers killed in a crash in South Yorkshire has been held in Doncaster. Hundreds of classmates from Danum School were at the service for 18-year-old Arpad Kore at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. There were so many mourners that roads were closed off in the Armthorpe Road area of the town. David Hirst reports.

Mourners gather for funeral of Conisborough crash teen

Mourners have gathered in heavy rain outside Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Doncaster for the funeral of Arpad Kore.

Mourners gather for funeral of Conisborough crash teen

The 18-year-old was among five teenagers killed in a crash at an accident blackspot at Conisbroughon November the 15th

Mourners gather for funeral of Conisborough crash teen
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