There’s ongoing work to recover a chemical tanker which overturned on the A1 on Friday morning.
The road remains closed between Colsterworth and Stamford.
The chemical load of 23 tonnes of sulphuric acid did not spill on the road but special assistance with recovery is needed.
The driver of the HGV was unhurt as he escaped from being trapped.
The tanker overturned after hitting the barrier on the other side.
There are delays through to the A43 (Wothorpe / Easton Hill Turn-off).
Huge queues on the A1 South bound near Grantham after a lorry full of acid overturned early this morning. It’s not expected to be cleared until this afternoon. @BBCRadioLincs pic.twitter.com/Fok4PI7l0t
— Harry Parkhill (@HJParkhill) January 11, 2019
Local diversions are in place. Follow police directions and signage.