Three people have been injured when two cars crashed on the A590 Kirkstone Pass as snow and sleet hits Cumbria.
They have been taken to hospital but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
The road has been closed since the accident happened at lunchtime and will remain closed until the weather subsides.
Members of Langdale and Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team and Cumbria Police officers have spent the afternoon helping several other vehicles, which became stuck on the road, including a bus coming from the Penrith.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather Alert for snow and sleet.
The wintry conditions have caused drivers problems elsewhere. The A6 over Shap has also been closed and mountain rescue teams were called to help a member of the public who was stuck in a vehicle on the B6270 at Nateby near Kirkby Stephen. Cumbria Police has had reports of others getting stuck in the Yorkshire Dales.
The A591 over Dunmail Raise A591 is still open but Police are advising that only 4x4 vehicles should attempt it.
Kirkstone Pass re-opened.
Several cars and an ambulance were trapped at Kirkstone pass in The Lake District after snow fell.
The ambulance was recovered this morning but a number of cars are still waiting recovery.
Police are advising motorists not to attempt to drive though the pass at the moment.
The A5087 between Rampside and Newbiggin is closed due to high sea levels and debris being washed onto road.
Three people were hurt in a collision on the pass yesterday
Langdale and Ambleside and Patterdale mountain rescue teams assisted the North West Ambulance Service at the scene after an ambulance sent to the crash became stuck in snow.
Kirkstone Pass currently remains closed. Hardknott and Wrynose Passes should also be considered closed due to dangerous road conditions.
The A592 Kirkstone Pass in Cumbria is now closed, due to snow and ice.