January 12, 2016 12.02 pm This story is over 94 months old

Emergency services scrambled to two serious collisions in south Lincolnshire

Major crash: Emergency services attended two serious Lincolnshire collisions this morning. A number of road closures are in place.

Emergency services are dealing with two serious crashes south of the county this morning.

One vehicle is involved in what’s been described as a “very serious” crash on Lound Road, Toft near Bourne.

The collision was reported to police at 10.31am on Tuesday, January 12.

A single driver is involved. Further details are yet to be confirmed.

The B6121, Lound Road has been closed and police say it is anticipated to be closed for the next few hours.

A diversion route is being put in place and road users are asked to avoid the area where possible.

Police are also dealing with a serious collision between a car and a tractor on Nene Terrace Road in Crowland.

Police, Fire and Ambulance have attended a collision between a red Ford Focus and a blue Ford Tractor, which happened this morning at 9.00 am.

Both drivers have been taken to Peterborugh hospital.

The road remains closed and motorists are asked to avoid the area for the next few hours.