One person has died and nine people have been injured in a four vehicle collision on the A69. The crash, involving three cars and a van, occurred at 9.55am this morning (3 September) between Haydon Bridge and Bardon Mill.
An emergency response team, including an air ambulance, arrived at the scene to attend to casualties who were transported to hospital.
The road was closed in both directions and re-opened around 6.30pm this evening after an investigation into the collision, Mail Online reports.
Highways England posted an update writing at 6.34pm: "The A69 is fully re-opened in both directions between the A6079 west of Hexham and the junction with the A6071 near Brampton after completion of Northumberland Police collision investigation work."
Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101 quoting reference number 348 03/09/16.