Police are appealing for witnesses after a 43-year-old woman died in a tragic crash on A16 Louth bypass
Lincolnshire police have revealed some sad news. A woman has died following a crash on the A16 Louth bypass.
The crash happened between a Skoda and an L200 Mitsubishi and took place between the Elkington roundabout on the A16 and the junction with Horncastle Road.
Police closed the road for several hours following the collision at around 12.20pm Saturday 25th September.
Due to the force of the impact with the Skoda, the Mitsubishi overturned on its roof in the northbound carriageway.
Emergency services arrived at the scene, but sadly a 43-year-old woman passenger who was in the rear seat was pronounced dead at the scene.
Traffic was diverted through Louth for most of the day was investigations took place and vehicles removed.
A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police said: “We are sad to report that a 43-year-old woman, from the Sheffield area, has died following this collision.
“The incident, close to Hubbard’s Hills, involved a grey Skoda Octavia, which was believed to be stationary on the northbound side of the road, and a silver Mitsubishi L200 also thought to be travelling northbound.
“Following the collision, the woman – who was a passenger in the Skoda – sadly did not survive her injuries. The driver of the Skoda was taken to hospital with injuries described as not life-threatening.”
Police are asking for any witnesses to come forward, and if any drivers who have dashcam footage to contact the police by calling 101 and quoting Incident 219 of September 25