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A teenage boy and a 12-year-old girl who were riding a moped without helmets have been seriously injured in a collision in Grimsby.
Police were called to Rendel Street in Grimsby at 18:50 yesterday, following a serious collision between a Yamaha YQ Aerox 50cc moped and a blue Mitsubishi ASX3 car.
The girl and the 15-year-old boy were on the moped, which collided with the car at the junction of Rendel Street with Armstrong Street in Grimsby.
Both the rider and passenger of the moped sustained serious injuries. The 12-year-old girl has potentially life-changing injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or saw the moped prior to the collision is asked to contact Humberside Police.
Humberside Police have shared a photograph of rainbow epaulettes and boot laces in support of LGBT people.
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia and the force says it'll be doing its bit to mark the event:
Police officers are trying to find a missing 16-year-old girl who's been missing from Wakefield for five days.
Nicole Harris was last seen in the Quebec Street area of the city, but a national search has now started for her.
She is known to have links to various parts of the country including South Yorkshire, Shropshire, Humberside, Merseyside and North Wales, West Yorkshire Police said.
Nicole who is described as a "vulnerable teenager", is 5ft 3ins tall and has long brown hair and a burn scar on the side of her nose.
A man and a woman were taken to hospital with cuts and bruising after a street fight in Grimsby.
Police were called to a large disturbance on Carnforth Crescent at about 7pm last night, Tuesday 14 May.
Det Sgt Ian Potter said police received a report that a group of individuals were fighting in the street.
He said: “Officers and ambulance crews attended quickly and a man and a woman were taken to hospital with cuts to their heads and bruising.
“Three men have been arrested in connection with the incident, they remain in our custody at this time while our inquiries continue."
Anyone with information, CCTV footage, or mobile phone video footage showing the incident should contact Humberside Police.
Humberside Police are warning people not to approach a man they want to speak to in connection with the death of a woman on Monday.
Officers say they want to speak to Ian Hamer, 53, in connection with the death of a woman in Worlaby, near Barton-Upon-Humber.
He's believed to be driving a white BMW reg FX15 UWU.
Police say people who see him should contact them straight away and should not approach him.
The woman has not been identified and no further details about her death have been released.
Humberside Police officers have come up with a novel way of getting around today - and keeping themselves dry at the same time.
Am I allowed to ask what speed the train reaches?