Two men were injured, one seriously, in an accident near York which left a car upside down in a roadside field.
The accident happened at about 5pm on Monday (May 16).
A collision occurred on Wheldrake Lane, near Crockey Hill. It involved a blue MG ZR, which was travelling from Wheldrake towards Crockey Hill when it left the road into a field, before coming to rest upside down.
Both occupants of the car, two men, were taken to Leeds General Infirmary. The passenger was taken by air ambulance, suffering from serious injuries.
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The road was closed to allow police to investigate the scene, and re-opened at 10pm.
Appeal for witnesses
Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision.
TC Mark Patterson, of North Yorkshire Police’s Roads Policing Group, said: