Malton bacon factory workers killed in Wetwang crash named

Crash scene Two men and a woman were killed in the collision on the B1248

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Three people who died in a crash involving a van and a car as they travelled to work at a bacon factory have been named by police.

Three others were seriously injured in the crash on the B1248 between Wetwang and Norton, on the border of East and North Yorkshire, on 27 November.

Those who died were Iwona Bartczak, 40, her 18-year-old son Konrad and Rysard Orlowski, 47, who lived in Hull.

North Yorkshire Police said the 48-year-old van driver was also injured.

The three people who died in the accident were travelling to the Karro Food Group, formerly known as Malton bacon factory.

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