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More details on the crash between Skipwith to Escrick

More details on the crash between Skipwith to Escrick

2:50pm 17th September 2010

A woman in her sixties remains in a critical condition in hospital after a crash in Selby on Wednesday.

Police are appealing for vital witnesses, including a white van driver, to come forward following the collision.

At around 2:50pm on Wednesday 15th September, a blue Subaru travelling from Skipwith to Escrick collided with a red Honda Jazz travelling in the opposite direction.

The collision occurred near the entrance to the Escrick Hall Estate.

Police are appealing for the driver of a white van who is known to have been travelling from Skipwith to Escrick at the time of the collision to come forward as they could be a key witness to the collision.

Officers would also like to speak with three other people who reported the collision to the police but did not leave their contact information.

All the witnesses being sought could have important information which could assist the police investigation into the collision.

Anyone who believes they are the white van driver or recall reporting the incident, please contact TC Steve James of Tadcaster Road Police Group on 0845 60 60 247.

The occupants of the Honda were a couple from Lancashire, the passenger in the vehicle, a woman in her sixties remains in a critical condition in Leeds General Infirmary. The driver was taken York District Hospital but has since been discharged. 

The driver and sole occupant of the Subaru, a local man, was taken to York District Hospital where he remains comfortable.

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