A house at Quadring hit by a trailer this morning has been “made safe”, according to the district council.
A spokesman for South Holland District Council said: “One of our officers has been to the site. The trailer has been removed and the property made safe.”
1.09pm today: Police were called to Town Drove, Quadring, this morning after a house near the level crossing was hit by a vehicle.
A trailer came to rest against the wall of the house, and bricks on the corner of the property were dislodged.
A tractor, believed to have been towing the trailer, was parked at the front of the house.
Two police vehicles attended the scene and officers were directing traffic past the incident.
A police spokesman told us moments ago: “There are no injuries but the road may be closed for a couple of hours as a structural engineer needs to assess the damage to the house and the trailer will need to be recovered.”
The accident happened at about 10.40am.