UPDATE: A1077 collision involved two North Lincolnshire Council refuse vehicles
North Lincolnshire Council today confirmed that two of its vehicles were involved in the road traffic collision that closed the A1077 near Dragonby yesterday afternoon (Wednesday Dec 19).
A council spokesperson said: "We can confirm that two of our vehicles have been involved in an incident on the A1077.
"A police investigation is underway and we are unable to comment further. Our thoughts go to those involved."
The section of the A1077 closed between Scunthorpe and Winterton was reopened to traffic about 7.50pm last night.
The closure was due to an accident that happened about 2.30pm.
The collision involved a car and two refuse lorries.
The driver of one of the lorries was trapped in the cab because of damage to a door.
He was released using hydraulic rescue equipment and taken to hospital by ambulance for a precautionary check-up.
The male driver of the car was also released using rescue equipment.
He suffered back, neck and leg injuries and fire service personnel assisted paramedics at the scene.
Humberside Police also attended.