Woman dies after crash near Goole
A woman has died following a crash near Goole.
The collision happened on the A161, one mile south of Swinefleet, at 3.35pm yesterday.
The 51-year-old woman, from Eastoft near Scunthorpe, was driving a silver Nissan Almera when it collided with a 7.5-tonne Ministry of Defence goods vehicle.
The woman was travelling south along the road from Swinefleet towards Eastoft and the military vehicle was travelling in the opposite direction.
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The woman and the driver of the military truck, a 54-year-old East Yorkshire man, had to be cut free from the vehicles.
The man suffered injuries to his hand and whiplash.
There were two passengers in the truck – a 63-year-old Beverley man who suffered whiplash, and a 20-year-old woman from Durham, who suffered scratches to the leg and whiplash.
Police said there was heavy rain and hail at the time of the crash.
Emergency services attended the scene, including an air ambulance, three ambulances, a paramedic responder car, three fire engines, a doctor and police.
The road was closed until 9.50pm.
Witnesses are asked to call the Humberside Police traffic department at Driffield Police Station on 101, referring to log 368 of April 26.