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A woman has been cut from a car tonight following Serious RTC on Scartho Road

The crash happened around 6.30pm between a white BMW and a grey Renault Clio.

 

Emergency services were called to a serious Rtc tonight on Scartho road.

The crash happened between a white BMW and a grey Renault Clio.

As a result a woman had to be cut free from the Clio.

Humberside fire service had up to 4 appliances on scene along with the Ambulance service and paramedics.

Police sealed off the road from Nunns corner and from the Sutcliffe Ave junction.

The woman was cut free eventually from the car and was put on to a stretcher before being put in to an awaiting ambulance to receive treatment before being taken to the hospital for more treatment.

Fire service personnel started to clean up the debris as two recovery vehicles came to take the vehicles away.

Pictures Video © Cleethorpes News 24.

Local emergency services rescue a vulnerable man from Weelsby woods tonight

A lady dog Walker came across the man after hearing shouting and screams in the pitch black of the woods.

Local emergency services have tonight rescued a vulnerable man from Weelsby woods.

Humberside police, Humberside fire service and rescue Coastguard and paramedics were called earlier to try locate the man.

Earlier this evening a lady who walking her dog heard shouts and screams coming out the pitch darkness and came across the vulnerable man.

The lady managed to contact emergency services who headed to the woods to try locate the man.

After a while some of the emergency services emerged with man on a stretcher who was brought to an awaiting ambulance for a bot of treatment, before being rushed away to hospital.

Whoever the lady was walking her dog, She has no doubt saved this mans life, It would of been very doubtful if he would of survived the freezing conditions tonight.

A big thank you to the lady who has no doubt saved this mans life he she hadn’t come across him.

Six boys arrested after arson attack last night in Humberston Field

Humberside Fire Service were called out around 5.45 pm yesterday evening after a farmers field was believed to have been deliberately set on fire.

Six 14yr old boys have been arrested after the major fire last night at Humberston.

The devastating results of the major fire last night in Humberston can be seen in the following footage.

Devastated fields after suspected arson attack : Video: © Cleethorpes News 24

Appliances from different areas of Humberside Fire and Rescue were called out deal with a major fire in Humberston yesterday evening.

The blaze, Which is being treated as arson was reported around 5.45pm last night.

Aftermath of the fire

Fire services could be seen cutting through metal fences to gain access to the fields as the fire threatened to spread even further

Firefighters tackle the blaze and prevent it spreading to other fields : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

Horses in nearby fields were being spooked by the fire and people could be seen trying to round them up.

Our photographer saw two deer frightened in the corner of the field which was ablaze but they remained in the corner safely away from the fire.

The scene after the fire put out and under control : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

The blaze will cost the owners thousands of pounds as the fire has complety ruined the whole field and crop.

The wind was fanning the flames which was making it difficult for the firefighters : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

The fire was eventually brought under control much to the relief of all involved.

Humberside fire service stayed on for a while longer to make sure everything was dampened down and out.

Investigations will continue to try and find who caused the fire.

Aerial footage shows devastating aftermath of the arson attack last night in Humberston

Humberside Fire Service were called out around 5.45 pm yesterday evening after a farmers field was believed to have been deliberately set on fire.

The devastating results of the major fire last night in Humberston can be seen in the following footage.

Devastated fields after suspected arson attack : Video: © Cleethorpes News 24

Appliances from different areas of Humberside Fire and Rescue were called out deal with a major fire in Humberston yesterday evening.

The blaze, Which is being treated as arson was reported around 5.45pm last night.

Aftermath of the fire

Fire services could be seen cutting through metal fences to gain access to the fields as the fire threatened to spread even further

Firefighters tackle the blaze and prevent it spreading to other fields : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

Horses in nearby fields were being spooked by the fire and people could be seen trying to round them up.

Our photographer saw two deer frightened in the corner of the field which was ablaze but they remained in the corner safely away from the fire.

The scene after the fire put out and under control : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

The blaze will cost the owners thousands of pounds as the fire has complety ruined the whole field and crop.

The wind was fanning the flames which was making it difficult for the firefighters : Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24

The fire was eventually brought under control much to the relief of all involved.

Humberside fire service stayed on for a while longer to make sure everything was dampened down and out.

Investigations will continue to try and find who caused the fire.

Arson believed to be cause of major fire earlier this evening in Humberston

Large amount of emergency fire services were called out to deal with suspected arson attack to a farmers crop

Fire takes hold of the field with the wind fanning the flames : Video © Cleethorpes News 24

Humberside Fire and Rescue were called out earlier this evening after a farmers field off SouthSea Lane had been set alight.

It has destroyed over 120 acres of field. It is believed to have been started deliberately and the owner “said” it was the third attempt on the farm in the last ten days.

Fire takes hold of farmers field: Picture : ©️ Cleethorpes News 24

More pictures and Video and details will up tomorrow with updates.

Blue light to Nee Naw day for summer holiday fun

Grimsby

2 Aug 2019

Are your kids climbing the walls? Then why not bring them to climb ours instead?

Nee Naw day is back and this year it’s not only going to be bigger and better than ever but it’s also raising money for an excellent cause too.

The event will be taking place at Cromwell Road Police Station, Grimsby, from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, August 17, with fun for all the family.

PCSO Jason Hare said: “We all look forward to Nee Naw day – it’s one of the highlights of our year.

“Last year thousands of people came along and it was an absolutely fantastic day.

“This year it will be extra special, as we’re raising money for the Health Tree Foundation – a fantastic local charity working with the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust, providing vital equipment and support for patients and their families in our area.”

As well as fun and games, including a climbing wall and the chance to meet the animals from the Nunsthorpe Farm, you’ll be able to explore vehicles used by our officers and other emergency services and we’ll be on hand to offer advice to kids on how to have fun and stay safe over the summer.

PCSO Hare added: “We will be joined by our colleagues from Humberside Fire And Rescue Service and there will even be a vintage American police car to explore.

“And it wouldn’t be Nee Naw day if we didn’t take our turn in the stocks – so if you’ve ever fancied throwing a wet sponge at a cop, then now’s your chance.”

Laura Gooderham, Community Champion for the Health Tree Foundation at Grimsby Hospital, said: “We are delighted that we are the chosen charity for this year’s Nee Naw Day.

“We are so excited to be a part of this fantastic event and cannot thank the officers at Cromwell Road Police Station enough for supporting their local charity.”

It’s been fun at the Firemans fete today firemen getting dunked

After a 7 year wait the firemans fete returned and it looked fun

Firemen getting dunked : Video : © Jay Dixon/Cleethorpes News 24
Selfie time : picture © Jay dixon

After a 7 year wait the firemans fete returned to peaked lane fire station and hundreds turned for the family fun.

The rain held off and looked friends and family enjoyed the fete.

Here is just a selection of pictures from today.

A Van crashed in to a wall on Hainton Ave tonight a woman was trapped in the van

Fire service at the scene: Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

It happened around 7.45 pm tonight involving a black Volvo S6

The Emergency services have been at the scene of a serious crash in Hainton Avenue in Grimsby tonight.

A white van collided with a wall after an accident in the busy street at around 7.45pm. Involving a black Volvo S6

Volvo S6 which was involved in the accident: Picture:© Cleethorpes News 24

It is believed one woman, the driver of the van, has been injured in the accident and was believed to have been trapped.

Another vehicle, a Volvo being driven by a man, was also involved but isnt badly damaged.

The van was believed to have left the road, crossed the pavement and collided with the low wall of a house on the street.

Van which had crashed in to wall on Hainton Ave: Picture : © Cleethorpes News 24.

It suffered serious damage in the impact and the woman driver was believed to have been trapped.

First at the scene were two Humberside fire engines who quickly begun to look after the trapped woman in the van.

Around 40 minutes later paramedics and Ambulance crews arrived to deal with the accident.

At around 8.45pm the woman was freed from the vehicle and taken to an ambulance for further treatment.

More updates to follow.

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