Five hospitalised after ambulance crash in Waddington

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Five people have been rushed to hospital following a serious three-vehicle crash involving an ambulance on a 999 call in Waddington.

At around 1pm on Wednesday, January 25, the ambulance, which was displaying emergency blue lights and travelling to a patient call, was involved in a crash with a silver Vauxhall Vectra saloon and a black Toyota Prius.

The crash happened on the A607 at the junction with Vanwall Drive. The ambulance had been entering Waddington and travelling towards Navenby.

There were no patients on board at the time.

Four people including the two crew from the ambulance have been taken to Lincoln County Hospital.

A passenger from one of the other vehicles, said to be a female, has been taken to the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham with serious injuries.

The A607 has been closed with the junction of Vanwall Road and is expected to remain closed until 6pm.

Anyone who was travelling on the A607 towards Waddington and saw the Ambulance, or anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call on the 101 non-emergency number.