UPDATE TUESDAY 3.45PM: A teenager from Holbeach was hurt when a car he was driving left the road and went into a ditch.
It happened in Fleet Road, Holbeach, where an 18-year-old man was driving a Citreon C1 which crashed yesterday morning.
He was taken to Pilgrim Hospital, Boston, and treated for minor injuries.
Meanwhile, two men were taken to hospital after a double decker bus and two cars collided on the A17 in Fleet yesterday.
A 46-year-old man from Wisbech, who was driving a Citreon Xsara, and a 48-year-old man from King’s Lynn, who was driving a Mazda, were taken to Pilgrim Hospital with minor injuries.
They were both released from hospital later the same day.
MONDAY 9.30AM: Emergency services, including an air ambulance, are currently at the scene of several road crashes in Holbeach.
A Citreon C1 went off Fleet Road and into a ditch at about 7.20am, followed shortly afterwards by a crash between a Mercedes Sprinter van and a Ford Focus.
Meanwhile, a double decker bus carrying children to school collided with a Citroen and Mazda on the A17 in Fleet.
It happened at about 8.15am and the children on board were shaken but uninjured.
Transport arrangements were made to take them to school but Fleet Road is currently blocked between the junction of Branches Lane and Haycroft Lane.
Diversions are in place while the vehicles involved in all three crashes are recovered.
There has also been an accident on the A17 at Sutterton which is currently blocked at its junction with the A16 and A1101 Wisbech Road, Sutton Crosses.