The A64 has reopened after a serious crash this morning.
It was on the westbound carriageway of the A64 outer ring road, between the A1079 and the A19 junctions.
Four vehicles were involved.
The westbound carriageway was closed by police for nearly three hours.
At least four fire engines, three ambulances and police went to the scene.
National Highways Yorkshire posted on X at 11.44am: “All lanes have now re-opened on the A64 westbound between the A166/A1079 Dunnington and the A19 Fulford near York.
“There are three miles of congestion following this incident. Please allow time for delays to clear.”
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service said they were called at 8.51am, and sent crews from York, Acomb, Huntington and Tadcaster.
A fire service spokesperson said two women, one man and one child were taken to hospital, adding: “One female extricated by crews and transported to hospital via road ambulance suffering muscular and skeletal injuries.”
A Yorkshire Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received an emergency call at 8.48am on Thursday morning to report a collision between two vehicles on the A64 between Grimston Bar and Fulford.
“Three ambulances and a team leader were dispatched to the scene and two patients were conveyed to York Hospital and one patient to Leeds General Infirmary.”