The A19 northbound has re-opened following a six vehicle collision this morning.
The accident happened between the A1231 Wessington Way and the A184 Newcastle Road near Testo’s Roundabout. Two people have been taken to hospital.
Two people have been taken to hospital after two coaches crashed on the A19 in North Yorkshire - one passenger with serious abdominal injuries.
The collision involved two single-decker holiday coaches travelling from Durham to York.
The crash happened at 10am on Sunday at Bagby, three miles south of Thirsk.
The two coaches were carrying approximately 50 passengers in total.
North Yorkshire Police say two of them suffered injuries.
One passenger, who received minor injuries to the hand, has been treated at York Hospital. The other passenger received more serious abdominal injuries and is being treated at James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.
More coaches were sent to the scene to take uninjured passengers to a safe place.
An overturned tanker has meant that part of the A19 Southbound will remain closed down to one lane until at least 10pm tonight, April 2.
The lorry driver was cut free from his vehicle by emergency services and taken to James Cook University Hospital.
A single lane will be open on the A19 Southbound from the A174 turn off:
Cleveland Police have said they are expecting traffic to be extremely busy around the area, so please allow extra time for your journey.
Two men are in James Cook Hospital with 'life-threatening' injuries are two lorries collided on the A19 at Ingleby Arncliffe.
The two wagons, a white Daf and a white Volvo, were both travelling along the southbound carriageway when they collided near Exleby Services in the late afternoon yesterday, 11th December.
The driver of the Daf lorry and his passenger were both seriously hurt in the collision and were taken to hospital for treatment.
North Yorkshire Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward with information by calling 101.
Andrew Nimmo and his fiancee Jannine Leslie were due to marry this year. Andrew died when his truck was hit by an articulated lorry driven by John Kirk on the A19 near Middlesbrough. Kirk was jailed for five years.
A lorry driver who was looking at porn on his mobile phone before he fell asleep at the wheel killing another trucker has been jailed for five years.
John Kirk of Boston in Lincolnshire was driving his articulated lorry on the A19 near Middlesbrough when he ran into another lorry and a Ford Focus on the hard shoulder. Their drivers were exchanging details after a minor accident.
The truck driver who died - 24 year old Andrew Nimmo from Murton, County Durham - was due to marry his fiance Janinne Leslie within a year. The car driver, Lada Khazanovych, a pianist from Darlington, was badly injured.
Kirk had had only four to six hours sleep in the 31 hours before the crash and had also been holding down another full-time job at a printers.
Matthew Gent, defending, said that Kirk's wife had left him since the crash and he had been in jail since his last court appearance in November at his request. Kirk was jailed for five years and banned for five years and until he passes an extended driving test. He pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving, causing serious injury by dangerous driving and falsely recording rest days.
There are severe traffic problems on the A19 near the Tees flyover after an accident in which two cars caught fire.
The Highways agency confirmed that the road was closed after the accident on the northbound carriageway near the Portrack sliproad. It happened at about 5.20pm (Thursday). No one was injured.
The southbound lanes are now open again.
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.