Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue crews have cut three casualties from their vehicles after a major crash on the A15 south of Lincoln on Bank Holiday Monday.
Update: Sadly, two people have died and two are being treated for serious injuries in hospital following the collision. Latest here.
As previously reported, the collision involving two cars occurred on the A15 near to the Cranwell village turnoff.
Fire crews from Billinghay and Metheringham attended, using Holomatro cutting equipment to free the three casualties.
All were transported to hospital. The severity of injuries sustained is yet to be confirmed.
RTC,Update – A15,near Cranwell – Fire and Rescue used Holmatro cutting equipment to release 3 casualties,all transported to hospital
— Lincs Fire & Rescue (@LincsFireRescue) March 28, 2016
The road was closed between the Holdingham roundabout and the Cranwell junction.
Emergency services including an air ambulance attended and diversions were in place for a number of hours.
Police are dealing with the collision under incident number 112 of March 28.