The name of a man killed in an accident on the A595 at Moota, near to Hays Wood, has been confirmed as Brian Rooney.
The 62 year-old, from Thornhill, Egremont, died in a two vehicle collision at around 3:10pm on Wednesday 21 January.
He had been driving a red Renault Laguna towards Cockermouth, when it collided with a road maintenance vehicle.
A 64 year-old female passenger was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary, but her injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
A 48 year-old man from the Brampton area, who was driving the road maintenance vehicle, was also taken to the Cumberland Infirmary with minor injuries.
Police have appealed for witnesses to a fatal collision on the A595.
A Renault Laguna collided with a Tarmac Lorry near Moota at around 1500 hours yesterday, Wednesday 21
The driver of the Laguna, in his early 60s, died at the scene. A female passenger was airlifted to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle with arm and head injuries.
The lorry driver was taken to the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven with head injuries.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
A 92-year-old man has died after his car crashed with a lorry on the B5305 junction in Wigton, Cumbria.
The incident happened near the A595 at about 12pm, today, Thursday 5 June.
His family are being supported and emergency services are at the scene.
The road is closed between Syke Road and Lowmoor Road. Police are advising motorists to avoid the area.
A fourth person has died following a road traffic accident yesterday.
A 66 year old man from Furness died after a crash involving his motorbike on the A595 in the Whicham Valley near Millom.
In total, three motorcyclists have died along with a car driver in incidents on the A66 near Cockermouth, the A684 near Sedbergh and the A595 near Millom.
The accidents took place within the space of 2 and a half hours yesterday afternoon.
The A595 at Thursby Roundabout towards Wigton has been reopened.
Police were called at 12.17pm today following a collision that included 4 vehicles.
An 84 year old man was taken to hospital with minor arm injuries. There are no more known injuries at this time.
Two men have been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a three vehicle crash on the A595.
A 70 year old male driver of a Mitsubishi was taken by air ambulance to the Royal Preston Hospital. He is in a serious condition.
A 37 year old male driver of a Ford Ranger from Ulverston has been taken to West Cumberland Hospital. He is described in a serious but stable condition.
A third vehicle, a dropside lorry, was driven by a male who was unhurt.
The road remains closed between St Thomas Cross roundabout and Blackbeck roundabout.
The family and friends of a man who died after his car was involved in a crash have paid tribute to a “loving, caring and fun loving person.”
Daniel Staples, known as Podge, died following a road traffic collision on the A595 on Tuesday 21 January. He was driving a Vauxhall Vectra when it collided with a milk tanker.
Daniel’s parents, Tony and Kath Staples have described how their son was:
Police are continuing to appeal for any witnesses to the collision to come forward.
Police have named a man who died in a collision on the A595 as Daniel Ian Staples, from Carlisle.
The 28-year-old was killed when his car - a Vauxhall Vectra - collided with a milk tanker just before 8am on Tuesday 21 January.
The driver of the tanker, a 64-year-old man from Fletchertown was uninjured.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to get in contact with the Roads Policing Unit at Cumbria Police on 101.
A man has died in a crash with a lorry on the A595 at Thursby near Carlisle.
Emergency services were called to the scene between the Cardewlees and Nealhouse junctions just before 8am this morning.
The road has since been reopened and police are continuing to appeal for witnesses.
The A595 is now reopen after a crash in the early hours of this morning.
One man died in the incident after his car collided with a milk tanker.
The driver of the tanker, a 64-year-old man from Fletchertown, was uninjured.