A huge emergency response has been called to Dunswell Lane in Cottingham this evening.

Traffic is currently at a standstill and there are unconfirmed reports of a crash involving several vehicles.

An eyewitness reported to be "at least 70" people present at the scene at around 7.30pm, with emergency services seen queuing down the road.

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service confirmed it had sent three fire engines to the scene, just before 7pm.

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Traffic at standstill after unconfirmed reports of two vehicles colliding

A witness reported that two cars collided on Dunswell Lane.

They stated that traffic was at a standstill when they were driving home around 7.30pm, and no change has been reported.

The witness recalls: "It seems according to police there are being two cars involved in an RTA between each other at present time.

"All of the rapid response have disappeared leaving half behind to clear up the mess. As far as fatalities or deaths that is unknown but somebody has been released by fire response."

Hull Live have contacted Humberside Police for more information.

Three fire engines called to immediate response

Humberside Fire and Rescue confirmed three fire engines were sent to the scene, just before 7pm.

They confirm they have since left Dunswell Lane.

A 'flurry' of ambulances at the scene

A witness was driving home around 7.23pm when they were greeted by a queue stretching 1200 yards down Dunswell Lane.

The individual, who was with their family recalls: "We stumbled upon a flurry of ambulances, rapid response police and fire engine response.

One individual was driving home when they "stumbled across a flurry of ambulances" (Image: David Wade)

"All of them for were approximately 1200 yards into a sodding of dunswell lane."