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Three cars and a lorry involved in A350 crash, police confirm

Three cars and a lorry were involved in a crash on the A350.

Police were called out to the four-vehicle crash south of Westbury today (Thursday June 17) at 6.20am.

Read more: Road blocked following crash on A350[1]

The road was blocked for some time to allow emergency services to operate but has now reopened.

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North East news LIVE: Metro trains withdrawn due to vandalism and faults

Metro services affected

Four trains have been withdrawn this morning.

The services affected are:

Train 1

06.57: South Gosforth – Pelaw

07.27: Pelaw – Monkseaton

08.14: Monkseaton – Pelaw

09.03: Pelaw – South Gosforth

Train 2

07.06: Longbenton – Monkseaton

07.26: Monkseaton – Pelaw

08.15: Pelaw – Monkseaton

Train 3

07.21: South Gosforth – Pelaw

07.51: Pelaw – Monkseaton

08.38: Monkseaton – Pelaw

09.27: Pelaw – South Gosforth

Train 4

07.09: South Gosforth – Pelaw

07.39: Pelaw – Monkseaton

08.26: Monkseaton – Pelaw

09.15: Pelaw – South Gosforth

A1 closed as emergency services rush to ‘serious’ lorry crash

The A1 is closed following a serious accident involving two lorries in the early hours of this morning (Thursday, June 17).

The major road, heading northbound, has been closed since 2am following the incident between the A607 junction at Harlaxton and Melton Mowbray and the A52 junction at Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Lincolnshire Police and local fire service, plus traffic officers, are currently in attendance at the scene. In a tweet, Highways England described the collision as serious.

On its website, Highways England said: “Emergency services including Lincolnshire Police are in attendance. Highways England has resources deployed to assist.

“Road users are advised to expect disruption and to allow extra journey time.”

Accident investigation work is underway at the scene while the road is closed to traffic.

Diversions are in place, you can find the route posted in the blog below.

If you’ve been affected by this road closure, or have another travel tip you think other drivers should know about, you can get in touch by emailing [email protected] if it is safe to do so.

Live A1 traffic updates below: