Baby seriously injured in crash

A one-year-old baby has been seriously injured in a collision in the Yorkshire Dales.

North Yorkshire Police said a car and campervan, travelling in opposite directions, collided on the B6265, near Fellbeck, on Friday at 15:20 BST.

Officers said six people were injured in total and the baby remains in hospital.

The driver of the campervan, who sustained minor injuries, was interviewed under caution and remains under investigation.

The crash involved a Peugeot Boxer campervan with blue paintwork travelling towards Glasshouses, and a Volkswagen T-Roc, travelling towards Risplith.

Occupants of the T-Roc, three adults, a teenager and a baby, sustained injuries ranging from slight to serious.

The B6265 shut until 02:30 BST on Saturday, for investigators to examine the scene and treat casualties.

Officers have appealed for anyone who witnessed the collision to contact the force.

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