Three young men have been cut from a car and rushed to hospital following a serious three-car crash on the A19 near Northallerton.
Emergency services rushed to the scene of the smash on the northbound carriageway near Staddle Bridge at around 3.55am this morning.
The drivers and passengers in the white Toyota Hilux and the yellow Daily Iveco were uninjured.
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Those in the silver Nissan Juke, men aged 21, 26 and 31, were taken to hospital with serious but not believed to be life-threatening injuries.
It is the second accident on this stretch of the road in just 24 hours after a fatal three-car crash on Wednesday.
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The North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service sent two engines to the scene of the crash at 4.01am.
A spokesperson said: “Crews from Northallerton and Stokesley responded to a road traffic collision involving one vehicle.
“The crews used cutting equipment to extricate three males who were all taken to hospital via road ambulance.”
The road was closed while emergency services worked at the scene and it re-opened shortly after 8.30am.
Anyone who witnessed the incident, or anyone who was driving in the area at the time and might have dashcam footage, is asked to contact police.
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Dial 101, press 1 and pass information onto the force control room, quoting reference number 12210170280.
Police have confirmed one man was arrested following the accident on Wednesday, which sadly saw one man die after he was rushed to hospital.
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