ANOTHER crash on a terrible day on the roads for Lincolnshire
Two cars have collided in another crash on the roads in Lincolnshire.
The crash involves multiple vehicles, according to reports online, but police say it appears there are only two cars involved.
The accident has happened at the A17 at the A153 East Road junction, traffic reports say.
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A police spokesman said officers were called at 12:37pm.
Police say the accident happened between Kirkby La Thorpe and Bone Mill junction, westbound on the A17.
One person has minor injuries.
One lane is coned off and recovery of vehicles will be happening... read more
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