Hospitals give condition updates on 2 Sisters Scunthorpe and A1 accident victims
The middle-aged man injured in an accident at the 2 Sisters Food Group plant in Scunthorpe last Thursday (Sept 6) is still being cared for in Scunthorpe General Hospital.
Today (Friday, Sept 14) he remains in a critical condition.
He was taken to hospital from the facility in Ram Boulevard last Thursday afternoon.
A 58-year-old North Lincolnshire man remains in a critical but stable condition following a crash on the A1.
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He is being treated for his injuries at Darlington's Memorial Hospital.
A 38-year-old man from Stockton-on-Tees died in the crash, which happened at around 2am on Tuesday morning (Sept 11).
He was driving a HGV carrying bottled gas when it was involved in a collision with a parked HGV.
His vehicle was then involved in a collision with a third vehicle, an HGV that was being driven by the man from North Lincolnshire.
The Stockton-on-Tees man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The A1 northbound, south of Catterick, was closed for more than 17 hours after the crash.
The Highways Agency said the road needed emergency resurfacing because of a corrosive spillage from one of the vehicles involved in the crash.