A woman living near a level crossing in Grimsby, where two men were killed when a train hit a car last night, has described the moments after the crash. Lyndsey Downes, who lives near the scene of the accident, dialled the emergency services after she and her husband heard "an extremely loud bang".
We saw some sort of debris flying past the window and the train screeching to a halt. We opened the door to go outside to see what it was and one of my neighbours shouted to ring 999, which I did.
More top news
Leighton Owen held up a man up at knifepoint in Doncaster in May. He stole £120 from the victim and punctured his lung.
The parents and sister of the late MP for Batley and Spen unveiled a plaque at the opening of the Bronte Birth Centre.
Information on risk factors for Type 2 diabetes, and how to reduce your risk