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A mother and her son plus another man were killed in the collision which happened early Wednesday morning on the B1248 between Wetwang and Malton in North Yorkshire.Two men were also seriously injured.
North Yorkshire Police said a passing motorist risked his own life to help one of the injured men. They are appealing for anyone else on the road between 5.30 and 6am to contact them including a van driver who could be a vital witness.
Two men and a woman who died in a crash on the East Yorkshire border are expected to be named today. The cause of the crash, between Wetwang and Malton in North Yorkshire, has not yet been identified.
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Two of the three people who died in a crash in North Yorkshire on Wednesday were a mother and son, police have confirmed. All three of the victims were Polish nationals, living in Hull. Those who died were a woman aged 40, her 18-year-old son and a man aged 47.
The two men in their thirties who were also travelling in the Ford Focus remain in Hull Royal Infirmary. One man, aged 30, remains in a critical condition and the other, a 37-year-old man, remains in a serious condition with multiple fractures. They are also Polish and live in Hull.
The driver of the Citroen van, a 48-year-old man from Pickering who was taken to York District Hospital, has since been discharged. The crash occurred at 6.08am on the B1248 between Driffield and Malton as the Polish workers travelled to the Malton Bacon Factory to start their shift.
Investigations continue today into a fatal crash in the Yorkshire Wolds which left three people dead and three seriously injured. Two men and a woman died in the head-on-collision between a car and a van between Driffield and Malton.
They were on their way to work at a factory near Malton. Two other colleagues were also seriously injured, along with the van driver. Police say it is one of the worst accidents they have ever dealt with, and are appealing for witnesses.
Jon Hill has more on the fatal crash on a country road in the Yorkshire Wolds which has claimed the lives of three people and badly injured three more.
It happened on a notorious stretch between Driffield and Malton where four other motorists have already been killed in recent years.
The fatal collision near Malton in which three people died involved a Ford Focus and a white Citroen van travelling along the B1248 between Wetwang and Malton.
Five people from East Yorkshire were travelling in the Focus which was heading in the direction of Malton. Three of the occupants were pronounced dead at the scene. They include a woman and two men.
The two other men in the Focus, both aged in their 30s, were taken to Hull Royal Infirmary.
The Citroen van was travelling in the opposite direction and the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, a 48-year-old man has been taken to York District Hospital with serious injuries.
The road reopened at around 4.30pm.
Traffic Constable Reece Williams calls the scene of a crash which killed three men in the Yorkshire Wolds "a terrible scene".
Three men have been killed and another three seriously injured after a head-on crash on a notorious stretch of road in North Yorkshire between Driffield and Malton. Jon Hill has the latest.
Three men who died in a crash in North Yorkshire were travelling to work.
Their employer, Karro Food Group, have released a statement:
– Karro Food Group
We are extremely saddened to hear about the road accident this morning, in which three of our colleagues were fatally injured. Our thoughts go out to their families at this distressing time and we are offering support to those families and to the colleagues of those who died.