The woman injured in a crash after a car drove the wrong way down two major roads has died of her injuries.
Joan Croucher, who was 97 and from the Filey area, sadly died yesterday (Monday).
Joan was a passenger in a silver Volkswagen Polo, which was travelling southbound on the northbound carriageway of the A1(M) when it was in collision with a red Vauxhall Combo van at about 3pm on 30 December.
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Both drivers suffered minor injuries in the collision, which happened about a mile from Junction 44 in the Aberford area of Leeds.
The collision is now under the investigation of the Major Collision Enquiry Team.
Sergeant Paul Lightowler of West Yorkshire Police said: “We are continuing to appeal for witnesses to this collision, as well as anyone who saw or who has dashcam footage of the Polo as it travelled the wrong way down the A64 in North Yorkshire.
“We are also supporting Joan’s family as they try to come to terms with her passing.”
Anyone who saw the Polo on the A64, or who has dashcam footage that will assist is asked to contact the West Yorkshire Police Major Collision Enquiry Team on 101, quoting log 861 of 30 December.