A man is in hospital with serious injuries, after a collision on the A596 near the Cumbrian hamlet of Micklethwaite.
The accident happened just after midnight, and involved a blue Ford Focus and a pedestrian.
The 49-year-old pedestrian was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary, but has now been transferred to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
The incident happened between the B5302 King Street and A595 / A595 (Thursby Roundabout), and the road was closed both ways, but has now re-opened.
Police are urging any witnesses to contact Cumbria Police on 101.
A woman has been taken to hospital after a three-vehicle crash on a busy road in Maryport.
It happened at the A596 junction with the Glasson Industrial Estate, and involved two cars and a lorry.
One of the car drivers is a 72-year-old woman from Workington, who suffered minor injuries and was taken to West Cumberland Hospital.
The other two drivers were uninjured, but the road was closed for around three hours - it has now reopened.
A 16-year-old boy has been seriously injured after being trapped beneath a car in Maryport at 5:30am this morning.
The pedestrian, who is local to the area, was involved in a collision with a Ford Focus on the A596 at the junction with Gavel Street.
Firefighters had to use specialist equipment to cut him free, and he was transferred to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle with serious chest injuries.
He is reported to be in a stable condition, and the driver of the Ford Focus was not injured.
The road has re-opened, and Cumbria Police are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
The wife of a man who died in a collision on the A596 has released a tribute to him, calling him "my world".
John Birch Little, 47, died in a one vehicle crash, which happened near Thursby Roundabout, Carlisle, at around 11:05am on 4 July.
Investigations into the cause of the collision are continuing, and Cumbria Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.
One of Cumbria’s key roads – the A596 between Thursby and Workington – is set for major repairs starting next month.
Much of the work replacing worn-out sections of road with a brand new surface will be carried out at night, to minimise disruption to road users, by Cumbria County Council and its contractor, Connect Roads. Sections of the A596 covering more than 12km of road will be resurfaced.
Temporary road closures will be introduced during the night-time works, usually from 7pm-7am, with signed diversions in place. Some sections of road will also be closed for short periods during the day when milder weather allows completion of resurfacing.
Further maintenance work will be carried out, including resetting drains and manhole covers, gully cleaning, repairing or replacing damaged signs and street lights, and refreshing road markings.
The A596 at Waverton, Wigton, has been closed following a two vehicle crash.
Police were called at 10.42am today (25th November).
Drivers are asked to avoid the area and use alternative routes.
A £500,000 restoration programme to prevent further erosion of the riverbank on the River Derwent is underway.
The Cumbria County Council project is aimed at securing the land between the river and the A596.
The road began eroding in 2009 when the county was hit by large floods, and has so far lost around 30 feet.
The work will involve placing 3,000 tonnes of limestone over a 100 metre stretch between Northside and Navvies Bridge.
Motorists are being advised that there may be some disruption on the A596 with one lane temporarily closing at Northside to allow for the unloading of heavy machinery.
The project is expected to take around 12 weeks to complete.
The A596 in Cumbria is closed in both directions at Wigton, due to an accident involving a lorry and a car.
Wigton is very congested due to diverting traffic.
A female passenger was injured and a bus was damaged after a stone was thrown at a Stagecoach bus on the A596.
Incident happened at 2:30pm on Saturday 9th February between Maryport and Flimby causing £500 worth of damage.
Cumbria police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen the attack or who saw two youths in the area at the time.
Witnesses are asked to call 101.