Lincolnshire Police

Two people are being treated in hospital after a crash between a car and a lorry on the A15 at Waddington.

The crash involved a Skoda Octavia and a large lorry on the A15 Sleaford Road, Waddington at 10.36am on Thursday.

The driver and passenger of the Skoda were injured and are being assessed at hospital.

The cause of the crash is unknown, though the heavy snowfall in the area could potentially have been a factor.

The road is partially closed at the time of reporting, with police saying they hope it will be fully opened “very soon”.

A Lincoln man has been released on bail after he was arrested and a property was raided over a suspected terrorism offence.

The 34-year-old was arrested on Fairfax Street, off Newark Road, early on Wednesday morning at around 6.50am. He was arrested on suspicion of encouragement of terrorism, under section 1 of the Terrorism Act (2006).

Officers and tactical investigation teams were at the scene in unmarked vehicles and searches were carried out at his house and a garden shed.

It has not yet been revealed by police if anything suspicious was found during these searches.

The arrest and subsequent search was part of a pre-planned warrant by special branch officers from Counter Terrorism Policing East Midlands.

The man was taken into custody, but police said on Thursday morning, January 14 that he has been released on bail while their inquiries continue.

Police searched all day the house of a Lincoln man arrested over suspected terrorism offences.

The 34-year-old was arrested on Fairfax Street, off Newark Road, early on Wednesday morning at around 6.50am.

He was arrested on suspicion of encouragement of terrorism, under section 1 of the Terrorism Act (2006).

Police will not name the man until/if he is charged, but we know that he is a 34-year-old resident who lives on Fairfax Street in Lincoln.

Officers and tactical investigation teams were at the scene in unmarked vehicles, but it is unclear yet if anything suspicious was found.

There was no sign of any marked police on the street, though an eyewitness saw an officer in an unmarked car. | Photo: The Lincolnite

Officers arrested and took him into custody before spending the day searching his house and a garden shed as part of the investigation.

The arrest and subsequent search was part of a pre-planned warrant by special branch officers from Counter Terrorism Policing East Midlands.

Anyone who is aware of suspicious activity related to terrorism is being asked to call the police confidentially on 0800 789321.

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