Three people were taken to hospital, two with serious injuries, following the collision on the A16 Sibsey Road yesterday (Monday), police have confirmed.
The force said that the drivers of each vehicle (a van and a lorry), both in their 40’s had been taken to Queen’s Medical Centre, in Nottingham, with ‘serious injuries’.
A passenger in the van, a man in his 20’s, was taken to Pilgrim Hospital, in Boston.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the collision which took place at 12.14pm.
Monday, 4.40pm - Two air ambulances have been called to a crash involving a lorry and a van.
Police were notified of the collision at about 12.14pm today (Monday).
The incident occurred on A16 Sibsey Road - approximately 1.5 miles out of Boston heading towards Stickney.
Police said there are injuries and two air ambulances are attending the scene - one from Waddington and the other from East Midlands Airport.
A telegraph pole is also across the road.
The A16 is closed at Sibsey.
If you witnessed this collision call 101.