Emergency services are at the scene of a light aircraft crash near Castle Howard in in North Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire Police received a number of calls from members of the public at around 10.40am. The plane crashed in fields between Castle Howard and the A64. There are believed to be two casualties on board.
The Air Accident Investigation Branch have been informed. Roads in the area have been closed to allow emergency services to deal with the incident and members of the public are advised to keep away from the area.
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A one-year-old baby girl had a lucky escape after being rescued from a van stuck in floodwater.
Firefighters were called to a van which had become trapped in one metre-deep flood waters near Malton, North Yorkshire, at around 12noon on Sunday.
A North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said two adults and a one-year-old girl were in the van when it became stuck in floodwater.
Nobody was injured in the incident and were saved using water rescue equipment.
Overnight resurfacing work is set to begin on the A64 near Malton tonight.
Contractors from Highways England will be resurfacing a half a mile stretch of the westbound carriageway between the crossroads at Barton Hill to the junction with Foston Lane.
The work will be carried out between 8pm and 6am for four days.
Temporary traffic lights will be in operation overnight and traffic will be restricted to 50mph.
From Monday 12 October, a half a mile stretch of the A64 will also be resurfaced between the villages of Crambeck and Huttons Ambo.
Temporary traffic lights will be in place between 7pm and 7am along with a temporary speed limit of 40mph. The work is expected to be completed on Tuesday 20 October.
A leading botanist from Malton in North Yorkshire is in a coma on life support after being struck down by a deadly virus while working in China
Sophie Williams contracted Japanese encephalitis while carrying out research last month and has been flown to Liverpool for treatment.
Her family say they face an anxious wait to discover what the outcome will be for the 31-year-old conservationist. Grace Melody-Gardner reports.
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An animal sanctuary near Malton is appealing for help to raise thousands of pounds to get a young bullock back on his feet.
The Calf Sanctuary took in Duke, a dwarf Hereford bullock after he became injured whilst out in a field.
Sarah Clark reports:
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A baby giraffe has been born at Flamingo Land resort in Malton.
The Rothschild giraffe was born to parents George and Lizzy on Sunday.
The resort says that the giraffe is a female, and will be named in a Name the Baby competition shortly.
Rothschild giraffes are listed as Endangered by the IUCN and their population is still decreasing.