Emergency services attend two-vehicle collision on Louth Bypass

Fire crews and paramedics attended a two-vehicle collision on the A16 Louth Bypass yesterday afternoon (Sunday).
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Ambulance (stock image)

The incident was reported to the emergency services at 3.56pm on Sunday, October 4.

An official tweet from Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue stated: "Wholetime & on-call crews [from Louth] attended the A16 Louth Bypass to a two-vehicle RTC.

"Small tools were used to assist one casualty to get out of their vehicle and in to the care of [East Midlands Ambulance Service]. Crews also assisted with traffic management."

No further information has been provided about the vehicles or casualties involved.

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