Police say A180 Westbound is expected to remain closed for some time due to an earlier accident involving a truck between Gilbey Road / Estate Road No 2 / Estate Road No 1 (Pyewipe Roundabout) and M180 J5 / A15 / A18 (Barnetby Top)
The Eastbound side of the A180 has reopened after being closed due to another accident this morning.
The A180 in Grimsby into town partially blocked due to shed load of fish between Birchin Way/Pyewipe Road/Moody Lane and the A16 Victoria Street North/A180 Cleethorpe Road/Lockhill.
There are reports that seagulls picking at the fish are causing an additional hazard.
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An investigation is underway after a man was robbed while walking his dog in Grimsby
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a 30-year-old man was knocked off his bicycle breaking his arm in three places.
It happened at 8am on Tuesday October 25 at the approach to the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital on Forsythia Drive involving a black Volkswagen.
The driver described as white, large build, with dark hair and aged in her 30s to 40s, did initially stop at the scene but did not leave her details.
A number of other people stopped to assist the injured cyclist and officers would like to hear from anyone who can help to locate the woman driver involved.
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Officers leading the search for a 13-year-old Grimsby girl are appealing for her or anyone with information on her whereabouts to get in touch.
Police say Elli-Mae Beeby is believed to be in the company of two boys aged 14 and 16 and a 15-year-old girl – whose families do not wish to be identified.
She is described as white, around 5ft 6in tall, of slim build and appears older than 13. She has very long hair, coloured blonde and red and wears a nose stud.
Elli-Mae was last seen wearing black jeans with ripped knees, a white blouse, khaki parka coat and black Adidas trainers.