Police are continuing to investigate a crash over the Bank Holiday weekend which left six people needing hospital treatment.
Five people were pulled from one vehicle moments before it burst into flames after a two car crash on the A66 between Penrith and Keswick on Saturday.
The driver of the burnt out car remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Officers say the road was busy at the time due to the Easter holiday and want to hear from anyone who witnessed the crash.
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