A motorcyclist was airlifted to the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, after being seriously injured in a collision.
The incident happened at about 7pm yesterday (Wednesday) on the A52 on a bend at Dembleby when emergency services including the air ambulance attended the incident involving a grey Triumph 675cc motorcycle, a black BMW and a white Toyota Auris.
The motorcyclist, a 36-year-old Sleaford man, was airlifted to Queens Medical Centre at Nottingham. where he remains in intensive care in a serious but stable condition with leg and pelvic injuries, according to police.
No-one else was seriously hurt, they say.
The road was closed until just after mid-night.
Police are appealing for witnesses. Anyone who saw the collision or any of the vehicles involved being driven or ridden along prior to it should call the collision witness hotline on 01522 558855 or call 101. It would help if they could quote incident number 378 of April 15.