A woman checked over by ambulance crews after the car she was driving hit a barrier on John Adams Way this morning suffered only minor injuries according to police.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman confirmed the incident which took place at 7.15am involved two vehicles, the blue Renault Megane and a heavy goods vehicle.
They said the Megane was ‘quite damaged and required a full lift’.
They said: “Ambulance services were contacted but the driver was fine in the end.”
For the incident at Sutterton where a vehicle entered a ditch, Lincolnshire Police confirmed it was a one vehicle collision which took place at about 7.30am.
They said there was no damage or injuries.
Thursday, 8.55am - A car has collided into a barrier along John Adams Way this morning.
The blue Renault Megane was involved in the incident at approximately 7.30am this morning, near the junction with Botolph Street.
The Standard understands that an ambulance was on the scene as a precaution to check over the female driver.
One lane of John Adams Way, heading north towards the Spilsby Road, was closed.
At 7.35am this morning, the Lincolnshire Police Roads Policing Unit Twitter account tweeted: “We’ve just arranged recovery for the car in the RTC on John Adam’s Way in Boston. It should be clear within the hour #fingerscrossed.”
The road has since been cleared.
They also gave news of another incident in Sutterton, writing: “Another RTC Station Road Sutterton, a car has crashed into a ditch. Unknown if any injuries. Police are en route urgently to assist.”
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