A stretch of the A19 near Thirsk is not expected to be open until later this evening after a tanker fire.
The road was closed in both directions between the A684 (Ellerbeck) and the A61 (Thirsk) due the fire on Friday morning.
Drivers are advised to follow the "Hollow Circle" diversion symbols exiting the A19 (southbound) at Northallerton then join the A684 (westbound).
Proceed along the A684 then at the A684/A167 roundabout take the first exit and at the second roundabout join the A167 then join the A168 (South-easterley direction) and continue until you re-join the A19 southbound at the A61/A168 roundabout.
Drivers travelling northbound are advised to follow the "Solid Square" diversion symbols exiting the A19 (northbound) towards Northallerton and proceed to the roundabout with the A61/A168. Take the second exit on to the A168 and head northwest to the A167 until you reach the A684 (northbound). Continue along the A684 until you re-join the A19 northbound.
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