Two people have been injured in an early morning crash on the A52 near Boston.
The incident involved a Ford KA and a tractor pulling a trailer in Spittal Hill Road, Freiston at about 4.30am on Friday, August 16.
Andrew Whiteside posted on Facebook: “Bad accident on the A52, Halltoft End, between a car and tractor pulling a trailer.”
He told Lincolnshire Live: “As I went past I could see four persons on foot – possibly the occupants of the car.
“I could see blue lights flashing in the distance heading towards it but no police on scene.
“Most mornings I travel on the A52 at around 4.30am and it’s not unusual for a convoy of cauli carts (tractors) of up to six at a time, with sometimes a car space between each of them, which can make it difficult for overtaking if you don’t have your wits about you.”
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “This was a minor collision involving a tractor and a Ford KA.
“It was reported at 4.35am on August 16 and happened on the A52 Spittal Hill Road.
“Two people were taken to Pilgrim Hospital and treated for minor injuries.”
East Midlands Ambulance Service said one person was taken to hospital in an ambulance.
A spokesman said: “We received a call at 4.32am on August 16 to Spittal Hill Road in Freiston.
“The caller reported there had been a road traffic collision. We sent a paramedic in a fast response car and an ambulance.
“One patient was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital by ambulance.”