A person was treated at A&E in Scunthorpe General Hospital earlier today after sustaining injuries during the eclipse.
A spokeswoman for Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust said:
One person had to be treated in the accident and emergency department at Scunthorpe General Hospital earlier today due to injuries sustained during the partial eclipse of the sun.
They did not give any more details on the nature of the injuries, or their severity.
Children were not allowed out of their classrooms. One parent was furious and is demanding an explanation.
Millions turned their eyes towards the sky as it darkened around the world to reveal a spectacular lunar phenomenon.
A near-total eclipse of the sun has begun, but cloud cover across much of London is disappointing many.