WEST HULL: A motorcycle and car were involved in a crash during rush hour that caused commuter chaos.
The accident happened on at the junction with Anlaby Road and De La Pole Avenue at 7.45am yesterday.
The rider of the Yamaha motorbike was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary with injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening. The car driver was not hurt.
Traffic queued up while the emergency services dealt with the accident. The road reopened just before 8.40am.
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BRIDLINGTON: A teenager was followed to his home and assaulted by three men.
The 18-tear-old was walking home at about 1am on Friday when he was verbally abused by three unknown men.
The men then followed the teenager his home address on Matson Road, before entering the property and assaulting him. The victim suffered minor injuries.
Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101.
HULL: A Bransholme man has been prosecuted for illegally carrying waste.
Anthony Fowler, 24, of Marsdale, was seen carrying waste including scrap metal in Abingdon Garth.
When approached by Hull City Council officers, Fowler failed to provide information relating to the waste and where it had been collected.
Fowler pleaded guilty at Hull Magistrates' Court to illegally carrying waste and failing to provide the necessary information. He was ordered to pay a fine of £110 on each matter, £200 costs and a victims' surcharge of £15.