Police are investigating an offensive Facebook post about the Glasgow bin lorry crash.
Social media users contacted police after spotting the post which was allegedly made by a woman in York.
North Yorkshire Police tweeted that they were "aware of an offensive comment on social media regarding the #georgesquare tragedy" and were assisting Police Scotland with enquiries.
It follows the arrest of a 19-year-old man from Sunderland who posted an message on Twitter after the tragedy, which left six people dead on Monday.
Hundreds of people have gathered at a Glasgow church today for the funeral of a primary school teacher killed in the bin lorry crash tragedy
Three members of of the same family killed when a bin lorry crashed in Glasgow before Christmas have been laid to rest.
Thousands of people have switched off their Christmas lights as a mark of respect for the victims of the Glasgow bin lorry tragedy.