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Good evening. Police in Lincolnshire have today confirmed that a
pensioner has been killed and seven other injured in a crash near
Alford. It happened late yesterday afternoon. Jake Zuckerman has been
to the scene from where he's sent this report.
This is where the fatal incident This is where the fatal incident
took place at around 4:30pm yesterday. Police have confhrmed
yesterday. Police have confirmed that this was a serious inchdent
that this was a serious incident involving the vehicles. Four boys
from Lincoln 816 and 17 werd involving the vehicles. Four boys
from Lincoln 816 and 17 were in a from Lincoln 816 and 17 were in a
collision with two other vehicles, a white Mercedes van driven bx a
50`year`old and the other a car containing four people, a couple
from the Mablethorpe area, a woman from the Mablethorpe area, a woman
whose age is unknown and a boy from Birmingham who is believed to be 11.
The roads here was closed all yesterday evening as servicds dealt
yesterday evening as services dealt with the casualties, but police said
one woman has died while all the others involved are believed to have
serious injuries and are behng serious injuries and are being
treated at various hospitals. Police are appealing for witnesses and they
want anyone who may have bedn in the want anyone who may have bedn in the
area yesterday afternoon and Saudi collision or any of the cars
involved in it to get in totch with involved in it to get in touch with
them. Public health officials are urging
parents to be vigilant after a rise in the number of cases of Scarlet
fever in Yorkshire and the Humber region. 550 possible cases have been
reported so far compared to 300 during the same period last year.
Symptoms include a sore throat and rash.
Hull City face a dress rehe`rsal rash.
Hull City face a dress rehearsal of Hull City face a dress rehearsal of
the FA Cup final tomorrow when they take on Arsenal at the KC Stadium
tomorrow. Steve Bruce says he doesn't feel the club have ensured
doesn't feel the club have dnsured their Premier League status yet.
their Premier League status yet Elsewhere there's growing tension
for other teams in our area who are closing in on promotion.
Their last league match agahnst Their last league match against
Swansea seems a distant memory. This week fans have been drifting along
in an FA cup dream. But Steve Bruce says his players have to kedp their
sights on staying in the top flight. We demand that they have bedn
sights on staying in the top flight. We demand that they have been no
We demand that they have bedn no slackening off. We haven't achieved
slackening off. We haven't `chieved anything and we have got to the
final and it is gone. We have four games to secure Premier League
survival. Mathematically we are any good position but we are not there
yet. Scunthorpe United's promotion hopes were dented at Morecambe last
night, as the home`side equ`lised during six minutes of injury
night, as the home`side equalised during six minutes of injurx time
during six minutes of injury time .The Iron had held the lead for much
of the game through Sam Winnall's of the game through Sam Winnall's
23rd goal of the season before Jack Simpson's header for Morecalbe. The
Simpson's header for Morecambe. The Iron are close to automatic
promotion and manager Russ Wilcox is concerned the pressure might be
getting to his players. I al getting to his players. I am
disappointed with the last 25 minutes. We stopped passing the
ball. Things we have not really asked them to do and a bit of fear
but you would not be asking those questions if we had seen at the gym.
`` out the game. In the Conference last night Lincoln City beat
Cambridge 1`0 and Grimsby drew `3 against Alfreton. Looking to join
them next season are North Ferriby United who, on goal difference, are
still top of the Conference North. They beat Harrogate today and play
Boston on Monday who are ch`sing a play off place. It means everything
for all the locals so just keep our fingers crossed. Boston and then
Brackley next week, we are `lmost Brackley next week, we are almost
there. Across East Yorkshird Brackley next week, we are `lmost
there. Across East Yorkshird and Lincolnshire, an exciting and tense
time for fans. We wish all of them luck over the next few days. And
you'll be able to hear Hull City's match against Arsenal tomorrow on
BBC Radio Humberside. The btild match against Arsenal tomorrow on
BBC Radio Humberside. The build up BBC Radio Humberside. The build up
starts at 1.30. Let's get a look at the weather
forecast for the rest of the Easter forecast for the rest of the Easter
weekend ` Kay Crewdson has the details.
Good evening. Tonight ` dry and fine this evening with variable `mounts
this evening with variable amounts of cloud however cloud incrdasing
of cloud however cloud increasing overnight as the winds strengthen.
Remaining dry with lows around five Celsius. Tomorrow, a cloudy and
windy day with the risk of the odd sharp shower but most staying dry
until rain arrives from the south east towards the end of the day
That's all from look North. We're back tomorrow tea`time at 6:50. Hope
you can join us then. Bye for now. Good evening. The temperature
reached 18 degrees in the sunshine across parts of the Scottish
Highlands. Temperatures will drop this evening and overnight. A chilly
night again for most of us. Sky is clear to begin with, but as the
night wears on cloud will feedback back and across central and eastern