Man dead and two seriously injured after motorbike and car…

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Man dead and two seriously injured after motorbike and car collide on A614 near Market Weighton
2021-09-20 10:45:00
One person has sadly died and two others are in a serious condition after a collision between a motorcycle and a car on the A614 between Market Weighton and Middleton-on-the-Wolds. The collision happened yesterday afternoon, Sunday 19th September, which led to the closure of a long stretch of the A614, is reported to have taken place somewhere between the junction with Goodmanham Road and Londesborough Roundabout. The police have now confirmed that the collision was fatal for the driver of a grey Yamaha motorcycle which collided with a yellow Citroen car at around 4.30pm on Sunday 19 September. For the latest traffic and travel news in your area, click here. The motorcycle passenger also sustained life-threatening injuries in the collision and the driver of the car had to be rescued from their vehicle by Humberside Fire and Rescue after suffering what are described as serious injuries. The police are appealing for anyone that may be able to assist their investigation to get in touch as soon as possible. Get the latest breaking news in Hull and East Yorkshire by signing up for updates here. The A614 at the junction with Goodmanham Road The A614 was closed at the junction with Goodmanham Road to Intake Hill in both directions yesterday and there were restrictions driving towards the scene of the accident from Middleton-on-the-Wolds. Police were first called to the incident at 4.30pm and closures remained in place into the evening as the investigation into the collision took place. A 49-year-old man sadly sustained fatal injuries in the collision and his passenger on the bike is said to be receiving treatment for life-threatening injuries. The man's family are being supported by specialist officers and the police are appealing for anyone who may have dashcam footage or who witnessed the accident to come forward. Humberside Fire and Rescue were also on the scene to help ambulance crews reach the driver of the car who was trapped in their vehicle following the collision. The Fire and Rescue log said: “RTC involving car and motorcycle. Driver of car medically trapped. “Fire service removed casualty from car into waiting ambulance, Spinal Boa

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