An elderly woman has been fined for her involvement in a road crash which injured a mother and her 14-year-old son.
Melva Kaye (80) of Lowgate Lane, Bicker, admitted driving without due care and attention to Spalding magistrates who dealt with the case in her absence last Thursday. Kaye lost control of her Peugeot 306 on Holland Market car park in Spalding on August 29 and hit two people before her car smashed into a parked taxi. Victim Beverley Thompson (50) suffered an injured back and ear while her son suffered minor injuries. Magistrates fined Kaye £195 and ordered her to pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.