Lincolnshire Police

A man has died in a single car crash on Marsh Lane, Orby, near Skegness.

Lincolnshire Police were called to the incident at 5.16am on Saturday morning.

Officers found a black Audi S3 Quattro in a field opposite the Skegness Stock Car Stadium.

A 43-year-old man was found in the vehicle and paramedics said he had died at the scene. His next of kin has been informed.

Police believe the vehicle was coming from the A158 and it was heading in the direction of Orby, and that the collision could have happened between 3am and 5.15am.

Anyone who saw this vehicle between these times, or may have captured it on a dashcam, should call 101 quoting incident 49 of May 8.

A road closure is in place and police do not believe any other vehicles were involved.

A man has sustained stab wounds after an incident in Lincoln on Friday morning.

It happened at around 11.17am on St Rumbold’s Street near the YMCA building on May 7.

It involved two men as they came from the Select and Save store and police were making door to door enquiries.

The victim was taken to hospital for treatment. His injury is not thought to be serious.

No arrests have been made at this stage.

Lincolnshire Police would like to appeal for anyone who witnessed the incident, or anyone with information to assist their enquiry, to get in touch on 101 with reference number 139 of May 7.

A 39-year-old woman remains in hospital a month after being found with serious injuries at a property in Spalding, but police are no longer investigating the incident.

Officers were called to a property on Cradge Bank just after 11am on Monday, April 5, where the woman was found injured and taken to hospital. Officers remained at the scene for several days.

Lincolnshire Police were trying to establish what caused her injuries and arrested three men and one woman, aged 50, 51, 55, and 48 respectively.

Cradge Bank in Spalding. | Photo: Stephen Daniels

Police said on Friday, May 7 that those arrested have been released with no further action.

The force added that it is no longer investigating the incident.

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