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Fire crews are currently dealing with a huge blaze at a food distribution warehouse in Bradford.
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Leeds News Live: 10 fire crews tackle blaze at West Yorkshire food warehouse through night
Last updated: Monday, 07 June, 2021, 17:05
Police issue updated on investigation into Headingley baseball bat incident
Police say that a man arrested following an incident in Headingley at the weekend is suspected of an affray offence.
West Yorkshire Police were called just before midnight on Saturday to reports that three people were attacking a vehicle with baseball bats in St Anne’s Road.
A 28-year-old man was taken to hospital with injuries.
A spokesperson today said that the suspect was arrested on suspicion of affray and taken into custody, before being released under investigation.
See more pictures from the scene here: Police teams work at scene of Headingley incident
Hunslet fight arrests: Police issue update on investigation
Police have released an update on a fight in Leeds which left two men with facial injuries.
Officers were called to an ongoing fight in Parnaby Terrace, Hunslet, at about 7.30pm on Friday.
Four men from Leeds - aged 25, 32, 33 and 60 - were arrested in connection with the incident.
A spokesperson said three of the men had now been released without charge, while the 32-year-old remains on bail as the investigation continues.
Search for driver as cyclist hit by vehicle is taken to hospital
A cyclist has been taken to hospital with suspected fractures to her hip and wrist after being hit by a vehicle.
The collision happened at the junction of Armley Ring Road and Cockshott Lane at around 12.15pm today.
West Yorkshire Police says the driver of the vehicle fled the scene and officers are working to identify them.
Read the full story: Cyclist taken to hospital with suspected fractures after being hit by vehicle
Police guard scene outside Leeds shopping centre after assault
Our photographer Simon Hulme captured these images of police guarding the scene outside Swinnow Shopping Centre after a man was assaulted.
The victim received serious head and facial injuries and is currently in a stable condition in hospital, police said earlier.
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Assault victim, 50, in hospital after altercation outside Leeds shopping centre
A police cordon is in place outside a Leeds shopping centre this morning as investigations continue into an assault that took place last night.
The victim, a 50-year-old man, was attacked following an altercation with two men outside the Swinnow Shopping Centre.
He received serious head and facial injuries and is currently in a stable condition in hospital, a spokesperson said.
Now officers are appealing for information as they work to identify those responsible.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue service:
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue service:
Members of the public are advised to keep their doors and windows closed.
Appliances and specialist officers from various stations throughout the Brigade assisted at the incident.
We are still in attendance at the incident at 05:00 hours with a further 5 pump relief.
Large fire in Bradford:
A two storey building is on fire on Thorncliffe Road in Bradford, with 10 crews on the scene.
Crews used 2 x Aerial Appliances, 3 x Large Jets & 6 Breathing Apparatus Sets.
Manningham Lane, Bradford is closed while crews are on the scene.