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4 people ‘seriously injured’ in crash involving lorry and ambulance on Lincoln Eastern bypass

Four people have been taken to hospital with ‘serious injuries’ after a lorry and ambulance collided on a Lincolnshire road. Officers from Lincolnshire Police were called to the Lincoln Eastern bypass, between the Wragby roundabout and the Greetwell roundabout, at around 5am on Wednesday, August 30.

The ambulance had been travelling on blue lights southbound and the lorry had been heading north. A spokesperson for the force said at 6.49am that the road had been closed in both directions.

Emergency services remained on the scene through the day and accident investigation work was still being carried out around 1pm, almost eight hours later. A spokesperson for the force said: “We are now asking anyone who was travelling along that route at around the time of the collision to check any dashcam footage which might have captured the incident or either vehicle prior to the collision.

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“Four people have been taken to hospital with injuries described as serious. Emergency services have been on scene since the incident was reported, and the road remains closed.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact Lincolnshire Police, quoting incident number 54 of August 30. They can email DS Adam Doona at adam.doona@lincs.police.uk or call 101.

Those wishing to remain anonymous can make their report via the independent charity CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

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