Woman flown to hospital after North Yorkshire crash
A woman had to be airlifted to hospital after a crash in North Yorkshire on Saturday.
The incident happened near Castle Howard when a car collided with a tree at around 12:30pm. A 23-year-old woman suffered abdominal and shoulder injuries, and was flown to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
Her condition has been described as stable and not life-threatening. Three other people who were in the car were also taken to hospital.
Two men have been arrested after the car they were traveling in hit a barrier and a lamp post on Wolviston Road yesterday morning. One of the passengers, a man in his 20's, died at The James Cook Hospital shortly after.
The Ford Focus crossed onto the northbound carriageway. The men have been bailed on suspicion of driving over the limit and causing death by dangerous driving.