An eight-year-old boy is in a critical condition after he fell into a river near Keighley yesterday.
The boy was playing with older children at Tinker Bridge in Braithwaite at around 11.30am yesterday. He fell into the water and did not resurface immediately.
Emergency services staff rescued the boy and took him to Leeds General Infirmary, where he remains in a critical condition.
It is believed he hit his head as he fell into the water, causing him a serious head injury.
West Yorkshire police have renewed their appeal for people to be careful near rivers, and not go swimming.
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A motorcycle rider has been killed in a crash in Oxenhope, Keighley this evening.
It happened at about 6:20pm on Hebden Bridge Road when a Suzuki motorbike, which had been heading towards Oxenhope hit a street lamp, killing the 57-year-old rider.
Although the investigation is at an early stage, police believe a car may have been on the road close by at the time. The car did not stop and officers want to speak to the driver to find out what happened.
A number of homes were evacuated in Braithwaite, Keighley after what is thought to be a Second World War shell was found in a garden.
Police forwarded pictures of the shell to army bomb experts at Catterick who decided it was not dangerous.
The road has now reopened and residents allowed to return to their homes.
The bomb disposal team are expected to collect the bomb later.