A 70-year-old woman from Mablethorpe has died following a three vehicle collision near Alford yesterday, leaving seven others ‘seriously injured’
Emergency services were called to the A1104 at Snape Hill, Saleby, near Alford, at approximately 4.30pm on Good Friday, April 18, where a black Vauxhall Corsa had been in collision with a red Ford C-Max and a white Mercedes van.
As a result, the four people travelling in the Corsa were seriously injured and three people in the C-Max were seriously injured and one passenger has died.
The driver of the White Mercedes van was not injured.
The road remained closed until the early hours of Saturday, April 19 and was re-opened at 1.20am on Saturday.
The black Corsa was being driven by a 17-year-old man from Lincoln, who is in Hull Royal Infirmary with serious injuries.
A rear seat passenger in the Corsa, a 16-year-old boy from Lincoln, is in serious condition at Hull Royal Infirmary.
Another rear seat passenger from the Corsa, a 17-year-old man from Lincoln, is in serious condition at Grimsby Hospital.
A front seat passenger from the Corsa, a 17-year old man, from Lincoln, is in Pilgrim Hospital, Boston with serious injuries.
The driver of the Ford C-Max, a 72-year-old man from Mablethorpe, is in serious condition and was transferred to Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
A rear seat passenger from the C-Max, an 11-year-old boy, believed to be from Birmingham, is in serious condition in Hull Royal Infirmary.
A rear seat passenger, a woman whose age is not known, is in serious condition at Hull Royal Infirmary.
A front seat passenger from the C-Max, a 70-year-old woman from Mablethorpe, has died.
The driver of the White Mercedes van, a 50-year-old man from Boston, was not injured.
Anyone who was in the area of the A1104, at Snape Hill, near Alford at 4.30pm that saw the collision itself or saw either the black Vauxhall Corsa or the red Ford C-Max prior to the collision, is asked to contact the police on the 101 number, or the witness hotline on 01522 558855, quoting incident number 281, of April 18.