Castle Donington Fire Service have released photos of a serious vehicle fire which leads to closures on the A42 this morning.
The road is now completely open Northbound with one lane open Southbound.
The A42 is closed in both directions because of a vehicle fire between Junction 14 A453 (Castle Donington) and Junction 13 A511 / A512 Ashby Road. A hazardous substance was reported at the scene, leading to the road being closed.
Laura Butler was last seen by her family on Wednesday, on Cheribough Road in Castle Donington, in the early hours of the morning.
She's 33-years-old and five foot six inches tall. She was last seen wearing skinny jeans with boots and a denim bomber jacket. She hasn't taken her phone with her.
She may be heading to Leeds.
Police would like anyone who knows where she is to get in touch on 101.
Drivers will have to make an eleven-mile detour to get to East Midlands Airport from Monday because of roadworks.
The junction of the M1 and A453 - which leads to the airport - will close between 8pm and 6am each night while a new carriageway is built.
It's expected to last for seven weeks. The Highways Agency says diversions will be in place but drivers should allow an extra thirty minutes for their journey.
Marks and Spencer is looking for 600 people to fill vacant jobs at its new distribution centre in Castle Donington in Leicestershire.
The one million square-foot building handles all orders placed through the company's website. The warehouse is big enough to cover 11 football pitches.
We are being joined by some of Nicola and Fiona's former colleagues who also want to be able to raise money in their name while doing something worthwhile.
PC Fiona Bone who grew up in Castle Donington in Leicestershire and PC Nicola Hughes were shot dead as they responded to a 999 call in Greater Manchester on 18 September.
Ten police officers are taking part in a 110 mile charity walk in memory of PC Fiona Bone from Castle Donington and her colleague Nicola Hughes, who were shot dead in Greater Manchester last year.
They have been walking all night and will arrive at their destination at Uppermill in Greater Manchester tomorrow morning after walking for more than 50 hours and covering over 110 miles.
Money raised from the walk will go to the Care of Police Survivors charity.
The funeral has taken place of PC Fiona Bone, who spent her early years in Castle Donington.Read the full story ›
The funeral of PC Fiona Bone, who spent her early years in Castle Donington, will take place later.Read the full story ›