The collision took place in Moncrieffe Road, Nether Edge at around 9pm. A spokesman for the council's Streets Ahead team said on Twitter: "There is debris and oil on the carriageway from an RTC on Moncrieffe Road, our ISU team are en route to attend, please take care." The Streets Ahead team and emergency services are understood to have left the area at around 12.30am this morning, when the road was re-opened.
In addition to the two dates at the FlyDSA Arena he announced earlier this week - March 4-5, 2019 - Peter Kay has now confirmed he will also be performing at the arena on March 8,9 13, 14 and 15. Tickets for all seven shows are on sale now, but people have been warned there will be no in person tickets sales available from the venue box office for this show.
Stephanie Hill, a former Miss South Yorkshire, was crowned Miss England at a glittering awards ceremony earlier this year. 22-year-old Stephanie, just missed out on the title of Miss World and was awarded third place, beaten only by Miss India, Manushi Chhillar, who took the crown, and Andrea Meza, of Mexico who came runner-up. Contestants from more than 100 countries took place in the 67th annual competition.
@sccstreetsahead@SYPSheffield We always contact South Yorkshire Police as well, when it’s a matter concerning a road closure or accident etc, but given that the information has come from you, and that you obviously have someone working weekends wouldn’t it be nice/logical for you to help us out too?
@sccstreetsahead Hi Streets Ahead, during the week I always use the dedicated press outlets - but they don't work weekends. As the incidents you've Tweeted about this weekend demonstrate, news doesn't stop on weekends. Can you please advise who the best person to speak to out-of-hours would be?
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