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Traffic delays after lorry crash in Lindum Road, Lincoln

By SMorris_LE  |  Posted: February 15, 2013

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Traffic is backing up after a collision at the bottom of Lindum Road, Lincoln.

One lane has been blocked southbound by a lorry.

Lincolnshire police are on the scene.

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  • AaronJewel  |  February 18 2013, 11:56AM

    rascall1, I said 'people planning to leave work who might want to avoid the area'. Yes, you can use the radio once you're in the in the car, but more and more people check for news/information like this before they've even got back to their car via websites, Twitter, Facebook etc on their tablets or smartphones. I think you need to catch up with the times... mate!

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  • rascall1  |  February 16 2013, 8:40AM

    AaronJewel, you should not be reading the paper or playing with your phone while driving, listen to the radio it will be on there every 15 mins 102.2 is the local station chap. Now will you let me upgrade mate? !!

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  • AaronJewel  |  February 16 2013, 8:28AM

    rascall1, you just don't get it do you? Think mobile, think information, think people planning to leave work who might just want to avoid the area. Yes, it's not a story but I bet it was one of the most-read bits of info on the site between 5pm and 6pm last night.

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  • rascall1  |  February 15 2013, 6:52PM

    WOW stop the press delay the Asteroid, call the home guard. Call COBRA meeting, The Echoe has got a crisis to deal with, its making headlines in its local paper, they have nothing else to report, what are we going to do, the future of our paper is at risk if they continue to report this blubber, sack the editor (Sorry Simon), hardly news 2 lines and no picture, I moaned more than they wrote and with more interest in it to. Can I get an upgrade? !!

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