Two people have been taken to hospital with suspected neck injuries after a four-vehicle crash on the A16 in Surfleet today.
It happened near the junction of the A152 turn-off near Spalding Golf Club at about 7.40am.
One person was treated for minor injuries and later discharged but two people were taken by ambulance to Pilgrim Hospital, Boston, with possible neck injuries.
Meanwhile, three people were hurt after a three-vehicle clash on the A16 near Kirton on Monday.
A trailer shed its load of panels after which one car left the road and ended up in a dyke at about 11.40am.
All occupants of the car managed to escape safely but three people were taken to Pilgrim Hospital in separate ambulances, while firefighters made all three vehicles safe.
TUESDAY 10.10AM: Recovery operation ongoing after crash on A16 in Surfleet
Emergency services are clearing a section of the A16 in Surfleet after a crash involving several vehicles earlier today.
It happened near the roundabout at the A16/A152 junction, near Spalding Golf Club, at about 7.40am.
The road was partially blocked in both directions and Highways Agency officials are at the scene to recover the vehicles involved.
However, there are no reports of anyone having been injured.