January 31, 2019 10.42 am This story is over 32 months old

Spate of crashes on icy Lincolnshire roads

Police have already attended a few collisions this morning

Emergency crews dealt with at least three crashes in ice and fog across Lincolnshire on Thursday morning.

The A607 in Grantham was partially blocked with queuing traffic in both directions after an accident at around 5.30am on Thursday, January 31.

It happened between the Farrier Premier Inn junction and the entrance to Echo Farm junction.

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said the incident was a single vehicle collision and there were no injuries.

“This is quarter of a mile from the A1 and Anglian Water are also dealing with a burst water main there.

“If you are driving on the county’s roads this morning, please take extra care, drive to the conditions and allow plenty of time to get where you are going to.”

A158 Horncastle. Photo: Google Maps

Police also dealt with a crash on the A158, between Partney and Horncastle, where conditions are said to be very icy.

Police said it was reported at 7.43am that there have been a couple of single vehicle collisions on the A158 between Partney and Horncastle.

Recovery is being arranged and there doesn’t appear to be a closure in place.

B137 Fold Lane Moulton. Photo: Google Maps

Lincolnshire Police also went to a crash on the B1357 Fold Lane Moulton, which was reported at 8.13am. The crash involved two vehicles, but there were no injuries and the road is now clear.

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