Doncaster man in ‘critical’ condition in Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre after collision on A52 at Croft, near Skegness

A Doncaster man was in a ‘critical’ condition in Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre earlier today (Saturday) after he was struck by a van on the A52 at Croft, near Skegness last night.

Emergency services were called out to the A52 at around 9.25pm after the pedestrian and his dog were struck by a white Ford van.

Speaking earlier today, a spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “The pedestrian, a 62-year-old man from the Doncaster area, was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital suffering from serious head injuries and was later transferred to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham for specialist treatment.

“His condition is currently described as critical but stable. The man’s dog died at the scene.

“The driver of the van, a-23 year-old man from East Keal, was uninjured.

“We are appealing for any witnesses who were on that stretch of road on Friday evening, and who may have seen either the van or the pedstrian prior to the collision,” they added.

Anyone with information should contact the Collision Witness Hotline on 01522 558855.