Man arrested after car crashes into house in Lincoln

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A 24-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving after his car crashed into a house in Lincoln on New Year’s Day.

This crash took place on Long Leys Road and was reported to Lincolnshire Police at 2.19am on January 1, 2016.

A blue Peugeot 406 left the road and crashed into a house.

The house suffered damage to a front window and some items within were also damaged. No-one inside the property was injured.

No-one inside the house was injured, but the driver of the car left the scene before police officers arrived. Photo: Lincolnshire Police Specials

No-one inside the house was injured, but the driver of the car left the scene before police officers arrived. Photo: Lincolnshire Police Specials

The driver of the car left the scene before police officers arrived.

Later in the night, police arrested the 24-year-old Lincoln man suffering from minor injuries on suspicion of driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs.

He remains in custody at Lincoln Police Station.

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