A pregnant woman, whose family live in Hull, has been describing the aftermath of the earthquake in Nepal.
Eleanor Walker Corriette, who is six months pregnant, was in the country on business and a charity trip when the quake struck.
Fears are growing for the safety of several people from our region caught up in the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Three people from Lincolnshire are still missing following the deadly tremor on Saturday.
Meanwhile a woman from Hull, who is six months pregnant, is still stranded in the country.
Eleanor Walker Corriette was in the capital Kathmandu when the earthquake struck. Her family are now desperate to bring her home.
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Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a scrap metal recycling plant next to the M1 in Sheffield.
Around a 100 tonnes of compressed vehicles have caught fire sending smoke across the motorway carriageways near Meadowhall.
Firefighters are trying to separate the waste materials to bring the blaze under control. The cause of the fire is not yet known.
A Lincolnshire man who is working with the charity SARAID has travelled out to Nepal to help with rescue efforts.
Adam Turner is 21 and from Spalding. He left yesterday evening to travel out there. His dad says he has been training with the charity for some time and has been posted to Nepal as a result.
A Sheffield-based travel firm has confirmed its teams from Yorkshire have been accounted for following the Nepal earthquake.
Jagged Globe has now made contact with the last group of 13 in the Himalayas. The firm had more than 70 clients in Nepal when the quake struck. One was killed.
A statement on their website reads:" We are pleased to report that the last of our teams, the Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, has reported in. They are all safe and well. Next-of-kin have been informed."
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The Chief Fire officer of Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue service has travelled to Nepal to help with the rescue effort.
Dave Ramscar, boarded a plane for Nepal last night at 9pm. He was part of a team of 67 from the UK's International Search and Rescue team.
A number of aftershocks in Nepal have been hampering rescue efforts.
More than 3,700 people are thought to have died in the quake making it the country's worse disaster in over 80 years.
A couple from Hull whose pregnant daughter was caught up in the Nepal earthquake say she is thought to be safe.
Eleanor Walker-Corriette, who is six months pregnant, was in Kathmandu when the quake hit.
Her parents are now desperate to get their daughter home.