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Complaints over noisy road

» Lincolnshire County Council
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Angry residents at Burgh le Marsh have spoken out over 'phenomenal' noise levels coming from a newly re-surfaced road near the village.

Campaigners have launched a petition in response to the work on the A158 bypass, registering with Lincolnshire County Council that they are now suffering increased noise levels as traffic passes over the surface.

Source: Skegness Standard

Resurfacing planned for A16 Ulceby Cross roundabout

» Lincolnshire County Council
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The A16 Ulceby Cross roundabout will be closed for six nights for resurfacing, starting Monday.The work will be carried out from 7pm to 7am for six nights, ending Sunday, 26 October. During this time the A16 will remain open under a convoy system, but the junction of the A1028 and the A1104 at Ulceby Cross will be closed.Traffic for the A1028 will be diverted via the A158 and the A16 ...

Over-limit Spilsby Driver Crashed Into Tractor And Trailer

» Crime & Community Safety
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A Spilsby man was more than double the alcohol limit when he drove into the back of a tractor and trailer.

Brian Greenfield, 39, of Hundleby Road, admitted driving with excess alcohol on the A16 Partney Road at Spilsby, when he appeared at Skegness Magistrates' Court.

Source: East Lindsey Target

Spilsby Woman Airlifted After A157 Crash

» Crime & Community Safety
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A 69-year-old Spilsby woman has been airlifted to hospital after a crash on the A157 at Withern, near Alford.

The crash happened at around 1.45pm and involved a lorry and a Citroen.

The woman, from Spilsby, was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary with internal injuries.

The lorry driver, a man from Scotland, has been treated for less serious injuries.

Residents encouraged to get their flu jab early this autumn

» Health
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People at risk of developing complications from catching flu are being encouraged to get their vaccination early this autumn.

If you're generally healthy catching flu is unpleasant and can put a halt to your day-to-day activities, but usually you'll recover within a week.

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