Serious RTC in Long Sutton

EMAS are recruiting up to 80 frontline staff to cope with increased demand.
EMAS are recruiting up to 80 frontline staff to cope with increased demand.
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UPDATE TUESDAY 5.20PM: A 59-year-old man who was critically injured when his wheelchair with a car in Long Sutton on Christmas Eve has died.

The man, named locally as Ian Clarke from Long Sutton, was in an electric wheelchair when it collided with a car in London Road just after 10.30am on Wednesday December 24.

Mr Clarke was airlifted to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, where he was kept in intensive care but sadly died on Sunday.

It is not yet known when an inquest into Mr Clarke’s death will be opened.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24TH 3.10PM: A man in his 50s has been airlifted to hospital with unconfirmed injuries after a car and mobility scooter collided in Long Sutton today.

It happened in London Road, at the junctions of Seagate Road and Market Place, just after 10.30am on Christmas Eve.

The man was flown to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, where his condition and the seriousness of his injuries are unknown.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24TH 10.50AM: Emergency services are dealing with a serious road traffic collision in Long Sutton involving a car and a mobility scooter.

The incident happened just after 10.30am this morning (Wednesday) on London Road.

The road has been closed at the junctions with Seagate Road and Market Place.

An elderly man has been injured but there are no further details at this time.