A 38-year-old man from Spalding has been arrested and questioned on suspicion of drink driving after a three-vehicle crash in the town on Wednesday.
Emergency services were called to Pennygate where a Vauxhall Combo van, a Peugeot 206 and a parked Volvo were involved in a collision at about 1.50pm.
Two people, a woman driving the Peugeot and a woman passenger in the van were taken to Pilgrim Hospital, Boston, for treatment after they were slightly injured.
The van driver was arrested for failing a breath test and has been bailed by police while investigations continue.
WEDNESDAY 5.55PM: Passenger freed with cutting gear after three-vehicle crash
One person had to be freed from a car by firefighters using cutting gear after a crash in Spalding today.
It is thought that a van and two cars collided in Pennygate, near West Parade, at about 1.50pm.
Fire crews from Spalding arrived within ten minutes and used specialist equipment to release one person from a car, but it is unknown whether anyone was injured.
Earlier today, firefighters from Spalding and Bourne were called to West Pinchbeck where a car left A151 Bourne Road.
The accident happened at about 7.10am but there was no one in the car when fire crews and the matter was left in the hands of the police.
WEDNESDAY 3.15PM: Three-vehicle collision in Spalding
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash involving three vehicles in Spalding this afternoon.
Early reports are that a van and two cars have collided in West Parade, near Pennygate, at about 1.50pm today.
There are no details yet as to the seriousness of the crash or whether anyone was injured.