Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 14

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 14

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 14
2021-10-14 06:22:00
Six months of roadworks are underway on Beverley Road. Read more here. New Anlaby Road markings appeared over the weekend leaving everyone confused. Read more here. Stoneferry Road will be closed between 7pm and 6am from October 18. Read more on that here There will be a number of closures and restrictions in place during Hull Fair. Read more here If you are planning a trip to Hull Fair 2021 here's a full guide on dates, rides, prices, location, park and ride, buses and parking. Read more here. 07:47Keith PhillipsQueuing traffic on Stoneferry RoadQueueing traffic on Thursday morning on Stoneferry Road in both directions from Leads Road to Chamberlain Road. 07:46Keith PhillipsEarly queues building on A63Queueing traffic is already building on Thursday morning on the A63 at Roger Millward Way at Market Place. Narrow lanes are in place.07:44Keith PhillipsWarning of ‘dangerous’ drones over Hull FairHumberside Police says nine people were banned from Hull Fair on Wednesday.There were also two arrests, one breach of bail.Hull City Council has also issued a warning after a number of drones were spotted flying over the fairground.Read more here.07:28Keith PhillipsThug viciously attacked girlLouis Coult assaulted his ex-partner during a vicious attack in the early hours of the morning (Image: Humberside Police)A terrified 10-year-old boy had to telephone the police in the early hours after his mother's violent, heavy-drinking ex-boyfriend viciously attacked her in front of her two children.The “nasty” confrontation happened after furious thug Louis Coult went to her home at 3am before grabbing her around her neck and taking hold of her by her hair.He hurled abuse and banged her head against the stairs during “toxic” behaviour in front of her children, Hull Crown Court heard.Read the full story here.07:20Keith PhillipsTwo more energy suppliers go bust Companies say they are under pressure from increasing energy costs (Image: PA)Two more UK energy suppliers have gone bust bringing the total to 11 firms since the start of September.Customers of Pure Planet and Colorado Energy will be automatically transferred to another supplier by Ofgem.Pure Planet supplies gas and electricity to around 235,000 domestic customers and Colorado Energy supplies gas and electricity to around 15,000 domestic customers.Read more here.07:17Keith PhillipsMan stuck in mud The Livingstone Road nearby rescue took place late on Tuesday afternoon. (Image: Humber Rescue)Emergency services were called to rescue a man stuck in the mud close to Scale Lane Bridge.Humber Rescue and Humberside Fire and Rescue Service received reports of a man in difficulty close to The Deep.Earlier emergency services also rescued a woman stuck in the mud close to Livingston Road.Read the full story here.07:12Keith PhillipsAll the roadworks scheduled for HullSix months of roadworks start on Beverley Road, Hull on Monday October 11. (Image: Angus Young)Hull City Council has issued an update on all roadworks being carried across the city.It says “major restoration work” to Brunswick Arcade in Beverley Road will begin this week in the “interest of public safety”.From Monday, Beverley Road was reduced to two lanes between Norfolk Street and Trafalgar Street, meaning all vehicles will share the carriageway.Read all the other roadworks updates here.07:10Keith PhillipsPetrol sales surged 125% in one dayPetrol prices at Sewell’s Chanterlands Avenue, Hull. (Image: Hull Live / Harry Ingham)September 24 saw the highest amount spent on fuel in a single day since Lloyds Bank

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