A 31-year-old man is in hospital with serious injuries after a crash in Crowland on Good Friday.
The man from Cambridgeshire was driving a Suzuki Swift which left the road at Hulls Drove, Crowland, just after 3.15pm.
Firefighters from Crowland and Spalding used to help the man out of the vehicle before he was taken to Peterborough City Hospital with serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
It happened after one person was hurt when a car and van collided near Spalding’s High Bridge on Good Friday morning.
EASTER MONDAY 12.10PM: Man hurt in two-vehicle crash near Spalding’s High Bridge
Police have confirmed today that one person was hurt after a car and van collided near Spalding’s High Bridge on Good Friday.
It happened at about 11.30am when a car, thought to be turning right from High Street into Churchgate, collided with a van.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said that one person was slightly injured.
FRIDAY 4.35PM: Police investigate serious collision near High Bridge in Spalding
More details have emerged about a collision between a car and van near Spalding’s High Bridge earlier today.
The cars collided at the junction of High Street and Churchgate, near The Vista, at about 11.30am.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has since confirmed that crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to free a man, rather than a woman as previously reported, from the car.
But there is no news yet as to his condition.
Meanwhile, another crash has taken place in Crowland where someoone had to be helped from the car they were in.
It happened in Hulls Drove just before 3.20pm but only the one car was involved.
GOOD FRIDAY 1.45PM: Woman cut free from car after crash in Spalding Firefighters have cut a woman free after a two-car crash near Spalding town centre earlier today.
It happened in Churchgate at about 11.30am and fire crews from Spalding were called to the scene shortly afterwards.
The crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to release one woman and then made both cars safe.
There are no reports as yet as to any injuries.