Police have confirmed that, unless additional information comes to light, no further action is to be taken with regards to a collision in Langrick last week which saw a car end up in a ditch after it was in collision with a tractor.
Officers had originally spoken to the 21-year-old driver of a Peugeot 306 following the collision including a JCB farm tractor, at 3.35pm last Tuesday on the B1192 Langrick Road, in New York.
However, they confirmed this afternoon that following consideration of the evidence available, they would be taking no further action regarding the matter.
WEDNESDAY, 11.31am - A man has been reported for driving without due care and attention after a car and lorry were in collision in New York yesterday (Tuesday).
The incident, which took place on the B1192 Langrick Road at around 3.35pm saw a Peugeot 306 leave the road and end up in a ditch.
Police confirmed this morning that the 21-year-old driver of the Peugeot, from Spalding, had now been reported for driving without due car and attention.
Following the incident county council highways workers were called to the scene to clean up fuel which had been spilled onto the road.
TUESDAY, 4.50pm - A tractor has been involved in a collision with a car on the B1192 Langrick Road at New York, near Boston at around 3.35pm today (Tuesday).
According to one witness it appeared the tractor may have run over part of the car and the car has ended up in the ditch.
Emergency services are on the scene. Our witness said: “There was one unmarked car at the scene and we met two more police cars and an unmarked car heading towards the crash.
“It has happened outside the school on the crossroads near Morris’ haulage yard.”
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman told The Standard crash was between a silver Peugeot and a JCB farm tractor.
The Peugeot left the road, flipped over a fence and into a ditch, she said.
“The driver got out and was not seriously injured,” she said. “The tractor driver was shaken up.
“Fortunately some on duty police officers on a driving course from Norfolk came across the scene before our officers and assisted.”