UPDATE: Drivers treated for serious injuries after A15 smash

Wednesday, 10am: TWO drivers airlifted to hospital after a collision on the A15 have sustained serious leg injuries.

The 22-year-old woman from the Lincoln area and 59-year-old man from Peterborough were flown to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham following the incident on High Street, Morton, just after 4pm yesterday.

They had been travelling in a Fiat van and BMW respectively.

The pair were cut free from the vehicles in an operation that involved firefighters from Bourne, Spalding, Corby Glen and Billingborough.

Police say their injuries are serious but they remain stable in hospital.

Emergency services were also called to deal with a second incident in south Lincolnshire 40 minutes after the crash in Morton.

Two lorries and a Toyota Auris were involved in a collision on the A1121 Boardsides between the A17 at Swineshead Bridge and Hubbert’s Bridge.

Police say no one is believed to have suffered injuries, although the driver of the Toyota, a 47-year-old woman from the Lincoln area, was taken to Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital to be checked over.

Tuesday, 5.30pm: EMERGENCY services are currently dealing with two crashes on south Lincolnshire’s roads.

The Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance is said to have been on the scene at the A15 in Morton following a collision between a car and a lorry at about 4pm.

Police are understood to be directing traffic.

The A1121 Boardsides between the A17 at Swineshead Bridge and Hubbert’s Bridge is also blocked due to an incident, which also involves a lorry and a car.