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Man dies following Breighton airfield helicopter crash

Police at Breighton airport near Selby following the crash Credit: ITV News

One of the five people injured in a helicopter crash at an East Yorkshire airport earlier this month has died.

Two people were airlifted to hospital after a privately-owned French helicopter crashed at Breighton airfield, near Howden, nine days ago.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has today confirmed that one person on-board died from their injuries.

An investigation into the cause of the crash continues.

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Five people rescued by Flamborough RNLI

Flamborough Head near Bridlington, East Yorkshire Credit: Press Association

Flamborough RNLI rescued five people who had been cut off the tide around the North Landing area yesterday.

Lifeboat volunteers were called out at 6.44pm to reports of three people left stranded.

However, upon arrival at the West Scar area of North Landing, they found five people were in need of assistance.

Once all the casualties were accounted for, the lifeboat evacuated them safely from the rocks onto the beach.

"Always check the tide times before you venture out along the rocks and in the caves and never judge the length of time you have left to get back to the beach by just looking at the waterline, the tide moves very quickly and it can be very deceptive. Visit RNLI.org/RespectTheWater to learn more about how to stay safe at the beach, near open water and on the water."

– Simon Robson, helmsman for Flamborough RNLI

Dr Kate Granger's friend in emotional tribute to campaigner

The best friend of Dr Kate Granger has made a moving and emotional tribute to her.

Dr Kate died on Saturday of a rare form of cancer at the age of 34.

Her closest friend Kay Birmingham, who spent many hours at her side in her final months, spoke of the loss of her friend and her legacy.

Yorkshire Jets to be wound up after loss of franchise

Credit: Twitter / @yorkshirejets

Yorkshire Jets say they are going out of business after they were removed from the Netball Superleague.

England Netball added three teams for the 2017 season but the Yorkshire outfit were left out.

Mariana Pexton, Chair of Yorkshire Jets, said that the club had been 'overwhelmed' by the public's support in light of the decision but would cease operations in September.

Discussions are currently taking place about a final Jets event and legacy options.

"There is no doubt that losing our experience and expertise, on and off court, and those brilliant female role models, means that this is a sad day for netball and for women’s sport in Yorkshire."

– Mariana Pexton, Chair of Yorkshire Jets

"Yorkshire Netball supported the bid by Yorkshire Jets to represent the region in the Superleague and we continue to be extremely disappointed neither Jets nor Yorkshire will have a franchise in the UK’s leading domestic competition. It is a sad day for the sport in the region.

"We have been asked by England Netball to continue to run the performance pathway, to ensure Yorkshire’s talented young netballers have the best opportunities to succeed at the highest level, and we will do all we can to fulfil that important role."

– Pam Hoyle, Chair of Yorkshire Netball

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Britain's Got Talent's Calum Scott entertains crowds at Hull shopping centre

Hull's Calum Scott has had a hero's reception at a home-coming gig at the Princes Quay shopping centre.

The Britain's Got Talent finalist performed live in front of hundreds of fans.

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