Police say a person who died after a car crashed into a bus stop in Todmorden was an 18 year-old male.
A 17 year old is currently in the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary with serious chest injuries, but is said to be in a stable condition.
Their Peugeot crashed into a bus shelter and a tree around 4am.
A person has been killed after a car left a road and ploughed into a bus shelter and a tree in Todmorden.
The crash happened early today on Burnley Road.
A male passenger in the car was pronounced dead at the scene.The car driver - also male - has been taken to hospital.
The road is expected to be closed for several hours while police investigate the crash.
Fire crews are tackling a moorland blaze near Todmorden.
30 firefighters are at the scene on Walsden Moor, with the fire covering a mile of moorland.
Firefighters from Rochdale and Bacup have been drafted in to help with the effort.
Two slaughterhouse bosses are facing charges over claims that they broke laws governing the traceability of horse meat.
Peter Boddy, who owned the business in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, and David Moss, who was manager, are accused of breaching food regulations that say meat should be traceable from field to fork.
Sue Patten, head of fraud at the Crown Prosecution Service, said:
"After an investigation by the Food Standards Agency, Dyfed Powys Police and Calderdale Council, criminal proceedings have been instituted against two individuals for failing to comply with the traceability requirements of horses slaughtered at and sold from premises in Todmorden, West Yorkshire.
"It is alleged that Peter Boddy, owner of a West Yorkshire slaughterhouse and game dealer, and David Moss, the manager of the slaughterhouse, failed to comply with traceability requirements for horses slaughtered at their premises."
It is claimed that they each committed two breaches of Regulation 4 of the General Food Regulations 2004 between July 2012 and February 12 2013.
Moss is also charged with one count of forgery over claims that he faked an invoice for the sale of horse meat.
The pair are due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on April 14.
It is not being alleged that the horse meat was being sold as another meat.
It's January - and it's cold - so today's the perfect day for a swim in Lee Dam, above Todmorden! That's what around 30 or so hardy souls will be doing this afternoon as they take the plunge at the The New Year swim.
Organised by Todmorden Swimming Club, it has been a tradition for more than 50 years and involves swimmers often breaking ice on the mill dam at Lumbutts, before entering the freezing waters.
Crowds normally gather to watch the fearless ones and the swim is followed by a presentation of prizes at a nearby pub. Calendar reporter Chris Kiddey even took part in it once - a never to be repeated experience, he says! Entrants are asked to gather at 1.30 so the swim can get underway at 2pm.
Money raised from the swim helps Todmorden Swimming Club to run courses and hire instructors through each year to help people learn to swim, or to improve their swimming.
Residents of Todmorden are being invited to have their say on what should happen to Centre Vale park in the town centre. It's part of Calderdale Council's bid for heritage lottery funding.
Police in Todmorden are appealing for information after an attack on two Shetland ponies. They had their tails cut off, in what animal cruelty experts are calling a barbaric attack.
It's thought the horse hair may have been stolen to make either musical instrument strings, or to use on rocking horses.
Police in Todmorden are appealing for information following an attack on two Shetland ponies. Mother & Daughter, Twinkle & Tinkerbell had their tails cut off, in what animal cruelty experts are calling a barbaric attack.
It's thought the horse hair may have been stolen to make either musical instrument strings, or to use on rocking horses. Their owners say it could take anything up to six years for their tales to grow back properly.
One week on from the floods in Walsden and landscape gardener Richard Mountain is moving out of his home. It was devastated in last week's downpour and he expects to be in rented accommodation for up to nine months. His big fear he says is will he be able to get insurance when he moves back in?