The A1079 in Wilberfoss, East Yorkshire, is closed in both directions due to an accident in which a lorry hit an electricity pole.
Power cables have fallen between Bolton Lane and Sutton Lane and the closure is affecting traffic between Pocklington and Wilberfoss.
Humberside police are searching for two men who attempted to steal a 14-month-old Rottweiler bitch puppy.
The incident took place on the public footpath parallel to Canal Lane, Pocklington at 11am, last Friday.
There was a short scuffle which resulted in one suspect being bitten by the Rottweiler on the wrist. The victim also sustained bruising to the ribs and swelling to his forehead.
The men ran off towards Canal Lane and A1079 junction in Pocklington.
One suspect is described as white, 6ft tall, broad build with dark coloured hair and short beard. The other suspect is also described as white, 6ft tall and gingery coloured stubble.
There is queueing traffic and a road blocked due to accident on A1079 Eastbound between B1247 The Balk and Town Street. Delays are expected.
Yorkshire Water say they hope to restore tap water supplies to all those in Pocklington affected by the burst water main 'later this evening.'
Work on repairing the main is 'progressing well' and four bottled water collection points will remain in operation until water supplies are fully restored.
These manned collection points are at The Oval (Pocklington), Pocklington Fire Station, Francis Scaife Sports Centre and the BP filling station on Barmby Road.
We sincerely apologise to the customers in Pocklington and some surrounding areas who have been left without water for many hours. The repair to the burst water pipe is progressing well and we hope to restore tap water supplies to all those affected by later this evening. In the meantime, the four bottled water collection points will remain in operation until water supplies are fully restored.
Around 2,500 households are still without water supplies in Pocklington due to a burst water main.
Engineers are working to fix the pipe which is under a field. Residents are bring given bottled water from collection points in the town.
We sincerely apologise to the customers in Pocklington and some surrounding areas who have been left without water for many hours. We want to reassure local people that we are doing everything we can to restore supplies as quickly as possible.
In the meantime, official bottled water collection points have now been established at The Oval (Pocklington) and Pocklington Fire Station to help us manage proceedings. We would urge people to use the bottled water supplies sparingly, as it is not known how long it may take to repair the burst main. Fresh supplies of bottled water will be arriving at these sites at approximately 11am and will be replenished throughout the day. Vulnerable customers are being contacted directly with bottled water being delivered directly to their homes.
At least two schools in Pocklington are closed this morning due to problems with the water supply.
Woldgate School and Pocklington Infant School have apologised for the disruption caused to students.
It comes after more than 5,000 people in the East Yorkshire town were left without water overnight. There were also problems in North Yorkshire postcodes.
Yorkshire Water, which handed out bottled water, said the problem had been caused by a burst water main which was proving 'very difficult to locate.'
We sincerely apologise to the approximately 5,000 customers in Pocklington and some surrounding areas who have been left without water for many hours. We want to reassure local people that we are doing everything we can to restore supplies as quickly as possible.
Yorkshire Water are delivering bottled water to the Pocklington area, after residents were left without water today.
Yorkshire Water is arranging to drop off pallets of water, after people in North Yorkshire and East Yorkshire were left without water today.
People living in the postcodes Y041 (Stamford Bridge), Y042 (Pocklington) and YO43 (Market Weighton) have been affected by a burst pipe.
#YO41/42 Apologies,our engineers inform us that supplies are unlikely to be restored before midnight.Updates on Bottled water to follow.^MH
Yorkshire Water says the service is unlikely to be restored before midnight.
A 45-year-old man is due in court this morning after 190 car tyres were slashed in Pocklington.
Julian Glew, of no fixed address, was arrested on Saturday September 19, in Pocklington Woods near Chapel Hill Road .
Mr Glew has been charged with a large number of criminal damage offences and will be appearing in front of a magistrate’s court this morning.”
Humberside Police have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to following after a large number of car tyres were damaged in Pocklington last week.
Police have now received 140 reports of vehicles having had tyres intentionally punctured across the town. The offences all occurred overnight Wednesday 2 to Thursday 3 September and again Thursday 3 to Friday 4 September.
Most reports are from 8pm to 8am but enquiries have revealed a more specific time of 1am to 2.30am in some cases. Following the incidents extra reassurance patrols have been taking place in the area.
The man police would like to speak to in connection with the incident is described as a white man with a slim to medium build and short dark hair which is balding on top. He may have been using a white van.