Three people freed after Weston Hills crash

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UPDATE: Thursday 10am: Passengers avoided serious injury after the car they were travelling in was involved in a collision with a JCB.

Although the air ambulance attended and at least one of the people in the Renault Megane is believed to have been cut from the vehicle by fire crews, police are reporting that all three people received minor injuries, possibly whiplash.

The car was being driven by a 43-year-old man from Peterborough. Passengers were a 30-year-old man and a 63-year-old woman, also from Peterborough.

The road remained closed for two hours while the JCB was recovered.

BREAKING NEWS WEDNESDAY 6.15PM: Firemen using cutting gear have freed three people after a two-vehicle crash in Weston Hills today.

Crews from Spalding were called to Austendyke Road just after 5pm where the accident happened and used hydraulic cutting equipment to release three people trapped in their vehicles.

A Spalding Guardian reader has posted a message on our Facebook page stating that paramedics and a Lincolnshire/Nottinghamshaire Air Ambulance are at the scene and the B1165 Austendyke Road is blocked in both directions at its junction with Delgate Bank.