Police have appealed for two drivers who may have witnessed a fatal crash near Hartlepool to come forward.
Keri Holsdworth, 36, was a former Scottish rugby international. Her Renault Clio was involved in a crash on the A19 with a dark blue BMW estate at about 4:30pm on Friday 13th June. She died in hospital the next day.
Cleveland Police officers are trying to make contact with a military forces medic, driving a military ambulance, who stopped to offer first aid.
They also want to hear from the driver of a light coloured or white van who was using the nearby junction to Dalton Piercy.
Ms Holdsworth, who won 15 caps for Scotland, was working as a physiotherapist. She was described as a "positive and upbeat" person who will be sorely missed.
Police are dealing with a collision on the A19 in North Tyneside. It happened at 1.10pm this afternoon, Friday, January 17, on the A19 northbound between Silverlink and Holystone, when a car overturned.
One carriageway is currently closed and there is traffic congestion in the area. Police, the fire service and ambulance service are currently at the scene where the occupants of the vehicle are receiving treatment.
The family of a lorry driver who was killed in a crash on the A19 was due to be married in August next year. Andrew Nimmo, 24, died in a collision between two lorries and a car. Another lorry driver, aged 25, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.