Sleaford woman killed in Lincoln bypass crash named as inquest opens
A young woman who was killed in a crash on September 3rd has been named as Rosemary Earle, 28, from Cranwell Village, near Sleaford.
The inquest hearing at Lincolnshire Coroners’ Court heard details about the crash involving a car and a van that happened at 4.30am Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
According to the inquest, Rosemary Earle died from a head injury as a result of the crash between the Branston and Bracebridge Heath roundabouts.
A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police has said the investigation is still ongoing. They are looking into how the crash happened. At the moment going to press, no arrests have been made in relation to the crash.
Lincolnshire Police who are asking for witnesses to come forward and for people driving at the same location to check their dashcams for any footage that could help with their investigation.
For people who have any information to help with the investigation, Lincolnshire Police are asking them to call 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org using incident 43 of September 3 as a reference.
The inquest was adjourned until March 3, 2022