Double A64 crash and a collision on the A19
9:24am 2nd December 2011
(Updated 12:18pm 5th December 2011)
North Yorkshire Police were called at around 8.20am today (2 December 2011) after reports of a road traffic collision on the A64 near Copmanthorpe.
The collision involving a Peugeot 206 and a Mercedes taxi occurred on the westbound carriageway, which is currently closed.
The driver of the taxi was uninjured in the collision. However, the passenger an elderly woman suffered a fractured wrist.
The driver of the Peugeot suffered a neck injury and had to be cut from the vehicle by the fire and rescue service.
Any witnesses to the collision are urged to contact North Yorkshire Police on 0845 60 60 24 7.
PICTURE: Crash Westbound on A64
Crash on A19 at Tollerton
Meanwhile, there's been a crash on the A19 near Tollerton.
North Yorkshire Police say they got the call at about 8.30am.
It involved a car and a van, but the injuries don't seem to be too serious.
The road however had some oil on it, so it needs to be cleaned up before the Northbound carrageway can be re-opened.
Eastbound A64 crash
There's been a third crash, back on the A64 Eastbound carriageway.
A woman from Leeds has been injured with suspected whiplash.
The crash happened opposite the first crash near Copmanthorpe on the A64.
North Yorkshire Police were called at around 9.55am on Friday 2nd December 2011 after reports of a road traffic collision on the A64 near Copmanthorpe.
The collision, involving a Vauxhall Corsa, a Mercedes Sprinter van and a Mercedes estate car, occurred on the eastbound carriageway directly opposite the scene of an earlier collision on the westbound carriageway.
A woman was injured in the collision, however the extent of her injuries are unknown at this time but are not believed to be serious.
The incident blocked one lane of the carriageway but caused little disruption to the flow of traffic and the road was clear by 10.58am.
Any witnesses are urged to contact North Yorkshire Police on 0845 60 60 24 7.
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