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By Suzy Lawson

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    Severe accident: M62 East Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 East Yorkshire eastbound severe accident, at J35 for M18.

    M62 East Yorkshire - M62 lane closed on exit slip road eastbound at J35, M18 (Langham), because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe disruption: A63 East Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    A63 East Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, near A1166 Brighton Street.

    A63 East Yorkshire - The main road is closed, with traffic being routed around the junction and back on again, on A63 Clive Sullivan Way eastbound in Hull near St Andrews Quay, because of a police incident. Traffic is coping well.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe accident: A63 East Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    A63 East Yorkshire eastbound severe accident, between A1166 Brighton Street and A1079 Ferensway.

    A63 East Yorkshire - A63 Clive Sullivan Way in Hull closed eastbound between St Andrews Quay and Mytongate roundabout, because of accident investigation work. Traffic is coping well. Diversion in operation - Exit the A63 near Hessle & join the A15 eastbound following the solid black diamond diversion symbol, onto the A1105. After approx. 4 miles, join the A1079 southbound, to then re-join the A63 near Mytongate roundabout.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe accident: A165 East Yorkshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A165 East Yorkshire both ways severe accident, near A1033 Mount Pleasant.

    A165 East Yorkshire - A165 Holderness Road in Hull blocked and very slow traffic near the A1033 Mount Pleasant junction, because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  5. East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire's top stories

    The top stories so far today include:

  6. Attacks on police officers 'wholly unacceptable'

    A total of 11 Humberside Police officers were spat at, kicked and slapped in series of assaults last night, the force has revealed.

    Humberside Police sign

    Five officers were injured in one incident in Hull while they were dealing with a violent woman on Buckingham Street.

    Another officer suffered a broken wrist, while two others were injured while dealing with a disturbance in Rochester Close, Scunthorpe.

    The force says three others were also assaulted in other incidents.

    Quote Message: Nobody comes to work to be assaulted and this behaviour is wholly unacceptable. We are supporting those staff involved in these incidents and will take action against anyone who attacks our officers." from Assistant Chief Constable Scott Young Humberside Police
    Assistant Chief Constable Scott YoungHumberside Police
  7. Beverley Prezzo restaurant to close

    A national pizza chain has announced it is closing its restaurant in Beverley.

    Pizza

    It is part of a restructuring plan for the company which will see 94 outlets shut across the country.

    The move is expected to lead to the loss of 500 jobs nationally.

    Prezzo says the restaurant in Beverley is likely to close in April or May.

  8. Woman seriously hurt in crash

    A woman has been seriously injured in a crash near Pocklington.

    Map of area of crash

    The crash, involving two cars, happened on the road between Melbourne and Allerthorpe at about 07:00 this morning.

    The woman, who was driving a grey Volkswagen Golf, was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

    Anyone with information is being asked to contact police.

  9. Ambulance crew thanks petrol station Good Samaritan

    Yorkshire Ambulance Service says it wants to say "thank you" to a man who helped out one of its crews in Hull.

    Ambulances

    The paramedics were fuelling up their ambulance at the petrol station on Beverley Road in the early hours of Tuesday morning when it turned out their fuel card wasn't working.

    While they were trying to sort out the problem, a member of the public paid for the fuel.

    When the crew tried to arrange to repay him, the man refused, saying: "It's the least I could do after everything you do for us."

  10. In photos: Sunny skies in East Yorkshire

    It's been looking positively summery in parts of East Yorkshire this afternoon, if these BBC Weather Watchers photos are anything to go by.

    Thanks to Garry for sending in this snap from a sunny Flamborough:

    Boats on the beach at Flamborough

    It's looking pretty nice in Leven too. Thanks to Pip for this one:

    Blue skies over fields in Leven

    Let us know what it's like where you are. You can send your photos in via the BBC Weather Watchers site.

  11. Masterpiece on display in Hull after major restoration

    A rare baroque masterpiece is now on display in Hull after being under wraps for nearly 50 years.

    Castello painting

    The painting by the Italian artist Valeria Castello has been on loan to the Ferens Art Gallery since 1973, but couldn't be displayed because of its poor condition.

    Now the artwork, called Tobias Healing the Blind Tobit, which dates back to about 1650, has undergone a major restoration and is back on show.