Van driver's injuries not thought to be life-threatening

The M62 eastbound was closed this afternoon following a crash

The M62 eastbound was closed this afternoon following a crash

First published in News Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Bradford Chief Reporter

The M62 has re-opened after being closed for almost three hours following a crash which saw a van sandwiched between two lorries.

All three lanes eastbound near to junction 27 (Gildersome) were shut at 3pm after the pile-up, which happened at 2.35pm.

Police said the Transit van crashed into the back of a lorry and then another HGV ploughed into the back of the van.

A police spokesman said all three lanes had been re-opened by 6pm. The man driving the van was freed from his vehicle by firefighters and his injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.

Queues on the eastbound carriageway from the crash scene stretched back to Ainley Top near Huddersfield.

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