The A180 in Grimsby into town partially blocked due to shed load of fish between Birchin Way/Pyewipe Road/Moody Lane and the A16 Victoria Street North/A180 Cleethorpe Road/Lockhill.
There are reports that seagulls picking at the fish are causing an additional hazard.
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A man who committed online sexual offences against 24 children whilst posing as a fake casting agent for a modelling agency has been jailed for eight years.
The victims of 19-year-old David Harmes ranged in age from eight to 18 and included some from the Humberside police force area.
Harmes, formerly of Ellesmere Port, admitted 34 sexual offences following a joint operation run by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre and numerous police forces including Humberside Police.
He pleaded guilty to a range of offences, from taking indecent photographs to causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, and asked for a further four offences to be taken into account,
He will serve a minimum of five years and will remain on the sex offenders’ register for life.
Emergency services are working to rescue the driver of a vehicle after it plunged into Immingham Docks.
The vehicle, which is believed to be some sort of truck, went into the water at around 8:30am.
Police, fire and ambulance services are all on the scene, including divers who are specially trained to deal with under water rescues.
Concern is growing for the safety of the vehicle's driver.
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Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 13-year-old Brandon who has gone missing in Cleethorpes.
Brandon Fitzgerald was reported missing to police on Sunday 21 February when he was last seen in the Cleethorpes area.
He is described as 5ft 6ins tall, of stocky build and wearing grey Nike jogging bottoms, a grey Nike jumper, a black coat and black Adidas trainers and a light blue Nike baseball cap.
Concern is growing for Brandon’s welfare due to his age and lack of contact with those close to him.
Police are investigating after a woman was grabbed by two men whilst she was with a child in Scunthorpe.
The a woman was followed by the men and grabbed by one of them as she walked through the park with her two-year-old child.
Both men were said to be white and aged 19 to 20. One wore jeans and a navy hooded top. The second – who is said to have grabbed the woman’s arm – wore a grey tracksuit.
The men fled when a man known to the woman challenged them.