January 4, 2019 2.51 pm This story is over 62 months old

Man yet to be charged over teens’ A46 crash death

Enquiries are still ongoing

The 26-year-old local man arrested under suspicion of drink driving and causing the death of two teenagers is still yet to be charged nearly two weeks after the crash.

As previously reported, a man and a woman, both aged 19, died after the crash on the A46 Lincoln early on the morning of Saturday, December 22.

The crash involving a white Citroen C3 and a blue Ford Mondeo estate happened between 12.30am and 12.50am on the A46 between the Carholme and Skellingthorpe roundabouts.

The two victims – Sian Chambers and Alex Ross – were in the Ford car.

The man arrested was in the white C3, which left the scene after the crash.

He was later arrested for causing death by dangerous driving, providing a positive breath test and leaving the scene of a collision.

The arrested man was later released from custody under investigation with police confirming to reporters on Friday (January 4) that he has not yet been charged.

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “The man is still released under investigation and enquiries continue.”

Anyone with information about the incident should contact police on 101.