Police are urging people with footage of the M62 lorry smash taken from dashboard cameras to come forward.
They say that new footage could help their investigation into the cause of the smash.
The video from the Manchester Evening News shows the crashed lorry on its side and reveals the extent of the damage caused as it ploughed through the central reservation and hit other vehicles before coming to rest on the eastbound carriageway.
The 37-year-old lorry driver was airlifted to hospital and police said in an update today that he remains in a critical condition with a serious head injury.
It’s also been revealed that two others were injured in the smash - and that the lorry ploughed into TEN other vehicles after it crashed through the motorway central reservation westbound between junctions 21 22 near Milnrow in Rochdale yesterday.
Police said today: “The lorry went through the reservation, onto the opposite side, colliding with ten vehicles. The 37-year-old lorry driver was airlifted to hospital and remains in a critical condition with a head injury.
“A 30-year-old man suffered whiplash and a 53-year-old man sustained a leg injury. Officers are also asking anyone who may have captured footage on CCTV or a dash-cam to contact them.”
The M62 has now fully reopened after a near 20-hour closure caused by the lorry crash.
The Highways Agency initially said the motorway would not fully re-open until around 3pm yesterday afternoon but it wasn't untill 4.30pm that one lane was opened eastbound and the hard shoulder was opened intermittently westbound .
The lorry was carrying 44 tonnes of butter and for much of the day traffic on the westbound motorway stretched back 19 miles to Brighouse and there were huge queues on side roads through the area.
Major surface repair work continued through the night and it was not until 4am today that the road finally re-opened fully in both directions.
Huddersfield-bound traffic was diverted around the crash site via the A6193 towards Milnrow, the A640 through Newhey and the A672. Many stranded cars were freed using the hard shoulder.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police, which is investigating the accident, said: “Anyone with information should phone the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741.
“Officers are also asking anyone who may have captured footage on CCTV or a dash-cam to contact them.”