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Female pedestrian seriously injured in Market Rasen collision

A female pedestrian in her 70s has been seriously injured in a collision in Market Rasen this afternoon.

The incident happened in Mill Street, around 4.25pm. The woman has been flown to Hull Royal Infirmary with very serious injuries.

The driver of the vehicle involved is not believed to be injured.

The road is currently closed and likely to remain so for some hours.


Reports: Hull closing in on Diomande

Hull City look set to complete the signing of Norwegian striker Adama Diomande before the transfer window closes.

The 25-year-old who was born in Noway to parents from the Ivory Coast currently plays for Stabæk Fotball.

Diomande signed a two-and-and-half year deal with his current club in March this year.

The transfer window shuts at 6pm tonight.

Reports: Late interest in young Leeds midfielder

Leeds United midfielder Alex Mowatt has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Newcastle United.

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The 20-year-old, believed to be valued by Leeds in the region of £8 million, won the Leeds’ Player of the Year award for 2014/15.

Mowatt scored nine goals from central midfield last season and has previously been linked with a move to Tyneside.

The transfer window closes at 6pm tonight.


Adam Hammill leaves Huddersfield Town

Adam Hammill has left Huddersfield Town after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.

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The 27 year-old winger’s contract was due to run until 30 June 2016.

Hammill made 49 appearances in the 2013/14 season, finishing top of the Club’s assist chart.

Under Chris Powell as manager, however, he made one start and one substitute appearance at the start of the 2014/15 season before leaving to join Rotherham United on loan, where he made four starts and 10 substitute appearances.

This season he has played 18 competitive minutes for the first team this season across two substitute appearances.

After discussions with Adam, we made the decision that this was the best option for everyone concerned. The timing gives Adam the chance to find himself another club and make a clean start in his career.

– Chris Powell, Huddersfield Town manager

Butterfield nears Terriers exit

Jacob Butterfield is on the verge of leaving Huddersfield Town after a fee in the region of £5 million was agreed with Derby County on transfer deadline day.

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The Bradford-born midfielder played more than 50 games at The John Smith's Stadium since joining from Middlesbrough last summer.

He was also voted the club's Player of the Season last season.

The former Barnsley star is set for a medical at iPro Stadium this afternoon.

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