A number of teenagers are reported to be suffering from sickness and diarrhoea after swimming in a make-shift pool filled with river water in Hebden Bridge.
The local high school, Calder High in Mytholmroyd, has written to parents saying a number of students had become ill after taking part in what was "not an officially organised activity".
It's understood that river water was somehow pumped into the hollowed out skate park in Calder Holmes - much to the delight of youngsters who took a dip to cool down. Environmental Health officers are advising anyone with concerns to contact their GP.
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The victim is believed to be a man in his 50's. He was found collapsed at a property on Ascot Parade on Tuesday 29 November.
The 60-year-old is reportedly facing an 18-month suspension and a fine relating to an illegal payment made to an unlicensed agent.
Andrew Roddison, the former Labour member for Brinsworth and Catcliffe at Rotherham Council, was found guilty by magistrates last month.