The M62 has been closed after an accident near Goole.
The main carriageway of the M62 is closed eastbound due to an accident between a car and motorcycle involved at J36 A614 Rawcliffe Road (Goole).
A diversion is currently in place via the exit and entry slip roads.
Traffic Management system Inrix reports: "Main carriageway closed due to accident, car and motorcycle involved on M62 Eastbound at J36 A614 Rawcliffe Road (Goole).
"Diversion - via the exit and entry slip roads."
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It is not known how long the road will be closed, or the condition of those involved in the accident.
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Two people taken to hospital for treatment to what are thought to be serious injuries
A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said: “Two people have been taken to hospital for treatment to what are thought to be serious injuries.”
Statement from police on M62 crash
M62 Eastbound at Junction 36 is currently closed to allow emergency services to respond to a collision involving a motorbike. Motorists are advised to avoid this area where possible. We will update you when the road reopens. pic.twitter.com/JCSujpeV6o— Humberside Police (@Humberbeat) July 17, 2019
The area of the M62 that is closed
Humberside Police contacted for a comment
Humberside Police have been contacted for a comment on the accident.
Highways England have tweeted this statement
#M62 J36 #Goole. Due to a collision at J36 #TrafficOfficers are implementing an up-and-over closure taking traffic off to rejoin the M62 on the entry slip. Traffic will be stopped while we do this. pic.twitter.com/uHsIquYp4O— Highways England (@HighwaysYORKS) July 17, 2019