Man suffers ‘badly broken bones’ in collision in Benington

The accident happened southbound on the A23 in Sayers Common
The accident happened southbound on the A23 in Sayers Common

A man suffered ‘serious but not life threatening’ injuries and was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre, in Nottingham, following a collision in Benington yesterday (Wednesday).

Lincolnshire Police confirmed they were called to Lowfield Road at 12.20pm where a Jaguar X-Type vehicle had been involved in a single vehicle road traffic collision.

A 27-year-old man was injured in the incident and the air ambulance was called to treat him.

A spokesman for MAGPAS air ambulance, which attended at 12.45pm, said: “The Magpas enhanced medical team assessed the patient (in his 20’s) who had suffered badly broken bones. They sedated the man at the scene (providing him with A&E level care) before accompanying the patient to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham. He was in a stable condition upon arrival.”

He was treated on scene by Magpas Doctor Steve Corry Bass and Paramedic Alex Pearce together with Doctor Tom Odbert.

The helicopter crew who flew the medical team were Pilot Andy Figg and Crewmember Steve Hunwicks.

An EMAS Ambulance Service paramedic crew, Lincolnshire police and the fire and rescue service were also in attendance.