Family tribute to Kevin Nix
The family of Kevin Nix who died on June 27 after being hit by a car in Crowland three days before, have today made the following statement.
"The whole family, and especially his three children, are devastated by the needless and untimely death of Kevin. He will be sorely missed by them, his work mates and friends.
"The family would like to express its gratitude to the doctors and nurses at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire for their unstinted efforts in trying to save him, and for their kindness and support throughout this traumatic time.
"Thanks are also extended to everyone who has been in touch to offer condolences, many of whom will wish to attend Kevin’s funeral. The family will endeavour to ensure that all are notified once arrangements are made, but due to the circumstances of Kevin’s passing, this may take a little while."
PREVIOUSLY: A 42-year-old Spalding woman has appeared in court charged in connection with the death of a man in Crowland on Sunday.
Alison Skingsly, of Thames Road, Spalding, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates Court on Tuesday on charges in relation to the death of Kevin Nix (46), also of Spalding, who was fatally injured in Common Drove, Crowland, on Sunday night.
Skingsly currently faces charges of wounding with intent (section 18 assault) and failing to provide a breath test.
However, prosecutors are reviewing charges in the light of Mr Nix's death on Wednesday and before Skingsly's next appearance at Lincoln Crown Court on July 30.
Skingsly is due to appear again at Lincoln Crown Court on July 30
PREVIOUSLY: The man who was critically injured when hit by a car near the Bridge Inn pub in Crowland on Sunday evening has sadly died.
Police have named him as Kevin Nix (46), from Spalding.
This is now being treated as a murder investigation and charges will be reviewed.
Alison Skingsly (42), of Thames Road, Spalding, has been remanded in custody and the next hearing is July 30.
PREVIOUSLY: A woman has been charged with two offences after a man was critically injured in Crowland on Sunday evening.
Alison Skingsly (42), of Thames Road, Spalding has been charged with wounding with intent and failing to comply with a breathalyser test.
She is appearing before Lincoln Magistrates today.
Previously: A woman in her forties has been arrested for attempted murder after a man was critically injured when hit by a car near the Bridge Inn pub in Crowland last night (Sunday).
The victim, also in his forties, remains in a very serious condition in hospital.
The collision happened on Common Drove at around 8pm. The vehicle involved was a Black Peugeot 307.
The B1166 is closed and will be for the majority of today (Monday). Motorists should use alternative routes.
Police are asking anyone with information to call 101, quoting incident 398 of June 24.
Anyone who was in the pub yesterday evening should contact officers if they have information. Officers are particularly interested in hearing from anyone who witnessed a woman wearing a black skirt and a black and white vest top, or the black Peugeot 307.
You can also report completely anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
A spokesman for the East Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We received a call at 8.09pm to The Common in Crowland. The caller reported that there had been a road traffic collision. We sent a community first responder, a crewed ambulance and the air ambulance.”