A man killed when the truck he was in plunged into the water at Immingham Docks has been named.
Trevor Moxam, 51, from Sheffield, is believed to have been behind the wheel during the crash in Lincolnshire on Tuesday.
Humberside Police described his death as an "industrial incident".
An inquest into the incident has been opened and adjourned.
Emergency services are working to rescue the driver of a vehicle after it plunged into Immingham Docks.
The vehicle, which is believed to be some sort of truck, went into the water at around 8:30am.
Police, fire and ambulance services are all on the scene, including divers who are specially trained to deal with under water rescues.
Concern is growing for the safety of the vehicle's driver.
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There are reports of people on the road on the A180 eastbound in Immingham in Lincolnshire. Drivers are being warned to proceed with caution.
One of the world's most famous Christmas trees has been in our region today.
The tree, which will stand in London's Trafalgar Square, comes from Norway via Immingham docks.
The giant tree is an annual gift from the city of Oslo to the people of London as a mark of thanks for Britain's support during the Second World War.
It is traditionally a Norwegian spruce (Picea abies) over 20 metres high and 50-60 years old. It is described as 'the queen of the forest by ' the Norwegian foresters who select it each year from the forests surrounding Oslo for shipment.
Humberside Police are continuing to appeal for the public’s help in locating missing 16-year-old Oliver Samuels who has now been missing for 25 days.
Oliver went missing from the Immingham area at around 1pm on Sunday July 12 and police were informed later the same day.
There have been positive sightings of Oliver since going missing, with the last sighting on Tuesday August 7 in the North East Lincolnshire area.
However officers are concerned for Oliver’s safety due to his age and the length of time he has been missing.
He is described as white, with a fair complexion, 5ft 6” tall, medium build, with cropped, mousey hair. He was last seen wearing a red T-shirt, black tracksuit bottoms with stripes and white trainers. He often wears glasses .
Police are appealing for help to find a teenager who has been missing from home for three weeks.
Oliver Samuels who is 16-years-old, was last seen 21 days ago in the Immingham area at around 1pm on Sunday July 12 and was reported missing that day.
Officers are concerned for Oliver's safety due to his age and the length of time he has been missing.
He is described as white, with a fair complexion, 5ft 6ins tall, medium build with cropped mousey hair. He wears glasses and was last seen wearing a red t-shirt, black tracksuit bottom with stripes and white trainers.
Total UK Limited have been fined £1.4 million after a major fire led to the death of a worker at an oil refinery in North Lincolnshire.
Robert Greenacre, 24, from Grimsby was working near a crude oil distillation unit just before the fire broke out at the Lindsey Oil Refinery (TLOR) in Immingham on 29th June 2010.
The Health and Safety Executive prosecuted the oil giant after an investigation found a fire was caused by an uncontrolled release of crude oil.
Hull Crown Court heard today (29 July) that Mr Greenacre who was a contracted fitter was working with a colleague beneath a distillation column containing hot crude oil. The job required them to open equipment beneath the column. When an item of equipment was opened, the crude oil was released. A short time later it ignited. Mr Greenacre’s colleague was able to escape the scene suffering minor burns, Robert did not escape and died beneath the column.
The court also heard operators of major accident hazard establishments must have in place a functioning system of risk assessment for all tasks where hazardous substances could be released.
Total UK Limited pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 4 of the Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 1999 (COMAH) and were fined £1.4 million and ordered to pay £34,084.05 in costs.
Despite the outcome of this case, it doesn’t change how we have been affected. Rob was our world. We have been left with a shattered and empty future, we are heart broken and changed forever.
POLICE are appealing for help in locating a missing 16-year-old boy from Immingham.
Oliver Samuels went missing from the Immingham area around 1:00pm Sunday 12 July and police were informed later that day.
Concern for Oliver’s safety is raised due to his age and his lack of contact since he went missing on Sunday.
Oliver is described as white and of fair complexion, 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build and with cropped mousey hair. He is a spectacle wearer and when last seen was wearing a red t-shirt, black tracksuit bottoms with stripes and white trainers.