Two people have been rescued from a house fire in Mansfield overnight.
Ladders were used to rescue them from the second floor of the property.
Nottinghamshire firefighters posted a picture on social media of the damage caused by the blaze.
The A6075 Peafield Lane at Mansfield is closed in both directions due to a collision.
It happened between A60 Leeming Lane North / Sandgate Road and B6035 Forest Road.
Police are at the scene directing traffic.
Police are appealing for information after a masked man attempted to rob a bank in Mansfield.
The man thought to be in his early 20s went into a Lloyds Bank in Church Street and passed a note to a cashier demanding money. He left empty-handed and was caught on CCTV cameras running up White Hart Street.
It happened on Friday January 27 at around 2.40pm.
The man is described light skinned of mixed race origins, 5ft 7ins-tall, wearing dark clothing with a hooded top.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
There is slow moving traffic and a lane closed due to an accident on M1 Southbound between J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield) and J28 A38 (Alfreton / Mansfield).
One lane is closed and there is slow traffic due to a broken down vehicle on the M1 Northbound between J28 A38 (Alfreton / Mansfield) and J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield).
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A person has been hit by a train between Nottingham and Mansfield Woodhouse.
This means that trains are unable to run between these stations.
The line is expected to be shut until approximately 21:30.
There is heavy traffic and a road is closed due to an accident on the A6075 Abbott Road at A617 / A617 Beck Lane in Mansfield.
A detention officer from Nottinghamshire Police has been given an 18-month conditional discharge after being found guilty of assaulting a man in custody.
David Flint, 47, was found guilty of assault against a handcuffed male prisoner in the custody suite at Mansfield police station in November last year.
Nottingham magistrates court was told that Flint was motivated as a result of the same prisoner spitting at him during a separate period of detention on a previous date.
Flint denied common assault, claiming to have used reasonable force in circumstances fearing a repeat incident. His defence was not accepted by the court which ruled that Flint’s behaviour was unjustified.
The officer was also ordered to pay £620 costs. He is suspended from duty, and will now be subject to internal disciplinary process.