UPDATE FRIDAY 12.45PM: Patient taken to hospital after three-vehicle crash on A16 in Spalding

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A crash involving two cars and a minibus on the A16 in Spalding on Thursday left at least one person needing hospital treatment, it has emerged today.

It happened at the junction of the A16 and A151 Holbeach Road, near McDonalds restaurant, just before 4.55pm.

Paramedics treated one person at the scene before they were taken to Pilgrim Hospital, Boston.

There are no details as to the extent of injuries or the person involved.

FRIDAY 10.45AM: Casulties hurt after three-vehicle crash near Spalding

A number of people were hurt after a crash involving two cars and a minibus just outside Spalding on Thursday afternoon, it has been confirmed today.

The cars, which unconfirmed reports stated were a Nissan and Metro, were caught up in what a Lincolnshire Police spokesman described as a shunt with a “minibus” at the junction of the A151 Holbeach Road and A16 near Spalding Power Station just before 5pm.

The crash caused traffic disruption for about half an hour and the police spokesman said there were reports of “minor injuries”.

THURSDAY 6.35PM: Two-car crash on A16 near Spalding

Emergency services are at the scene of a reported two-car crash near the A16 on the edge of Spalding.

One eye-witness claimed it involved a Nissan and Metro which collided on the A151 Holbeach Road, near McDonalds roundabout, and blocked the right hand land where the A151 Holbeach Road meets the A16..

There are tailbacks all the way to Pinchbeck and Surfleet while both cars are recovered.

THURSDAY 6PM: Rush-hour delays after accident in Spalding area

Drivers are facing delays on their way home from work in the Spalding area due to a reported accident.

No details of the location are available at the moment but heavy traffic is being reported on the A151 Holbeach Road, up to its junction with the A16 , and particularly on West Marsh Road between Spalding and Pinchbeck.

There will be further updates as soon as we get more news.