There are warnings of delays of up to two hours on train services via York. This follows reports that a person has been hit by a train. Services affected included those between York and Leeds, York and Doncaster, York and Hull, as well as between King Cross and Newcastle. Trains running between these stations may be cancelled or revised at short notice.
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Rain with strengthening winds in the north-west will move slowly south eastwards over the UK, although this should gradually become lighter and patchier over time. Top temperature 16 Celsius (61F).
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Thousands of people have lined the route of the Tour de Yorkshire for a second day. They have watched the women's race as well as day two of the men's competition between Otley and Doncaster. James Webster reports:
Investigations are underway to find out the cause of a plane crash in North Yorkshire which claimed the lives of two people.
The pilot and his passenger, were killed when their light aircraft came down today in fields near Castle Howard in North Yorkshire.
Police were called to the scene this morning by members of the public after the plane crashed into a field just off mains road.
The men were pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the accident is not yet known.
Investigations continue after two people died when their light aircraft crashed in fields near Castle Howard.
A pilot and passenger on board a light aircraft that crashed in North Yorkshire have died.
The aircraft came down in fields between Castle Howard and the A64.
We can now confirm that sadly, two people, the pilot and passenger in the aircraft that crashed near Castle Howard, died in the crash."