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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.
ITV Calendar understands that the three men killed in a head on collision in North Yorkshire on Wednesday were on their way to their work place known locally as the 'Malton bacon factory'.
The Karro Food Group, which owns the site and employs around 1600 people locally, is expected to confirm the details. Three of the people who were in the crash are seriously injured in hospital.
Three people have died in a crash on a country road.
North Yorkshire Police confirmed two other people have been taken to hospital with serious injuries following the collision between a car and a van on the B1248 between Wetwang and Norton, south of Malton.
Officers said the crash happened at around 6.08am today near the village of Wharram.
The vehicles were travelling in opposite directions.
The road remains closed and drivers have been warned to avoid the area.
Calendar's Jon Hill reports from the scene of a crash near Wetwang which killed three people.
Police have confirmed that three people were pronounced dead at the scene of the collision and two casualties have been taken to hospital with serious injuries.
The collision involved a car and a van travelling in opposite directions at around 6am on Wednesday morning.
Officers are appealing for the driver of a van to come forward which was seen travelling along the B1248 towards Malton just after 6am and may have seen the vehicles immediately before the collision occurred. The driver could be a vital witness to the incident.
Police have confirmed the collision in which three people died was between a car and a van.
5 people were in the car which collided with the van, three of which were killed. Passers by pulled the remaining two people from the car, which then burst into flames.
The driver of the van has been taken to hospital, although his condition is unknown.