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Police were called to the scene of an overturned car in Silsden, West Yorkshire, this morning.
Detectives say enquiries are ongoing as to how the car ended up on its roof on Bolton Road.
Those inside the car only suffered minor injuries.
A woman has been rescued from a house fire in Skipton.
Firefighters were called to Cavendish View, Skipton Road in the early hours of this morning.
A spokesman said the fire had started in the kitchen due to cooking being left unattended.
The woman was taken to hospital suffering smoke inhalation.
The A59 in Skipton in North Yorkshire is closed in both directions due to a serious collision between a motorcyclist and a lorry.
It happened between A65 and B6160 Bolton Road (Bolton Abbey Roundabout).
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 44-year-old man died following a collision on the A682 between Gisburn and Nappa.
The man from the Manchester area died after the motorbike he was riding collided with a car on Tuesday evening.
He was the second of two motorcyclists travelling towards Long Preston when the incident happened near to Hayber Farm.
Officers are not yet in a position to name the deceased rider and investigations remain ongoing.
A sheep dog has fetched a new world record sum of almost £15,000 at an auction in Skipton today.
The selling price of 14,100 guineas – or £14,805 – paid for 16-month-old Cap shattered the previous high of £9,240.
Cap will be used as a work dog on a farm in Northern Ireland after being bought by an anonymous