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Man who died after Grimsby assault named by police

A 46-year-old man who died following an assault outside the Rutland Arms pub in Grimsby on Saturday has been named as Darren Lee Barton.

Darren Lee Barton Credit: Humberside Police

Mr Barton had been receiving treatment at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby but died yesterday evening.

A Home Office Post Mortem examination is now due to take place to establish the cause of death.

Nathan Newland, 27, of no fixed address, appeared at Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with section 20 assault and possession of a controlled drug and was remanded in custody.

Man dies after assault outside Grimsby pub

A man who was critically injured in an assault outside the Rutland Arms pub in Grimsby on Saturday, has died.

Scene of the assault, on Rutland Street Credit: ITV Calendar

The 46-year-old had been fighting for his life at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital but passed away yesterday evening.

A Home Office Post Mortem examination is now due to take place to establish the cause of death.

Police called to scene on Saturday Credit: ITV Calendar

Nathan Newland, 27, appeared at Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with section 20 assault and possession of a controlled drug. He remains in police custody.

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Legionnaires in Grimsby: Health Officials search for source

Two people, infected with Legionnaires disease are still in hospital tonight after four cases were confirmed in Grimsby. No common links have been identified and the source of the infection isn't know. The two other patients are recovering, but no longer need hospital treatment. GPs have been contacted to be on the look out for the symptoms.

Doctor Simon Padfield is a Consultant in Communicable Disease Control for the area, and spoke to Calendar earlier.

Cooling towers checked in Grimsby as precaution following Legionnaires cases

Cooling towers around Grimsby are being checked and cleaned as a precaution after four cases of Legionnaires disease were confirmed. Health Officials are investigating how the patients became infected. Two are still in hospital, and two more are recovering.

We'll have a full interview with Dr Padfield on Calendar tonight at 6pm

Breaking: Legionnaires cases detected in Grimsby

Four cases of the potentially-deadly Legionnaires disease have been identified in Grimsby.

Health Officials in North East Lincolnshire are investigating the cases which they say cannot yet be linked.

The source of the infection isn't known.

"These four cases have all been confirmed since 27 July and Legionnaires disease is fairly uncommon and so this is unusual and we are investigating further."

– Dr Simon Padfield, Public Health England in Humberside.

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Man arrested over attack outside Grimsby pub

A man is fighting for his life in hospital after being attacked outside a pub in the centre of Grimsby. Police were called to the Rutland Arms in the town last night following reports a 46-year-old man had been assaulted.

Officers do not think any weapons were used in the attack. A 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the assault and is helping police with their enquries.

Rutland Street in Grimsby where police say the attack happened Credit: Street View

Police appeal to find missing Grimsby teenager

Humberside police are appealing for help to trace a 17-year-old girl missing from Grimsby.

Bryanie Draper who is missing from Grimsby Credit: Humberside Police

Bryanie Draper, left the town last week and until July 21 had been in contact with her family. Police are now concerned for her welfare. She is described as white 5ft 6ins tall, with brown shoulder length wavy hair, of medium build and with a fair complexion. She has been missing before. She is known to have connections with Liverpool, Sheffield and Doncaster.

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