Salmon on M62 motorway causes delays to drivers heading east
Drivers heading towards North East Lincolnshire on the M62 experienced delays earlier after the motorway was closed eastbound due to a lorry shedding a load of frozen salmon.
Traffic was queueing between junction 34 (A19) at Selby and junction 35 (M18) at Langham.
Emergency services worked through the day to move an overturned lorry from the road.
The driver, a 47-year-old man, has suffered head injuries which are not thought to be life-threatening.
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Police were called at 2.45am.
The 44-tonne lorry was carrying a load of approximately 10 tonnes of frozen fish, some of which spilled onto the road.