Fourth death on North Yorkshire roads

A man in his 60s has died after car crash at at Barlby near Selby, North Yorkshire.

His death is the fourth on the county's roads in two days.

North Yorkshire Police said the man was a passenger in a car which collided with another vehicle on the A19 on Sunday.

Officers said the driver of the car was uninjured and the four people in the other vehicle were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

On Saturday, a 45-year-old male motorcyclist and a 65-year-old female car driver were killed when they collided on the B1257 near Helmsley.

Also on Saturday, a 60-year-old man from Lancashire died on the B6265, near Ripon, after his motorbike is believed to have hit a deer.

In another incident on Saturday a milk tanker driver suffered serious injuries after his lorry overturned on the A1 near Catterick.

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