A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car on the A15 in Lincolnshire.
The A15 has been closed in both directions at Caenby Corner to RAF Scampton.
The A15 between Caenby Corner and RAF Scampton has been closed in both directions since around 11am this morning and is expected to remain shut until around 3pm.
Local diversions are in place and motorists are advised to seek alternative routes.
Residents of a Lincolnshire town are one step closer to securing a new pedestrian crossing on a particularly dangerous stretch of the A15.
After an accident near Thurlby in January that involved two young school children the speed limit has been reduced from 60mph to 40mph.
But people down the road in Northorpe want to go one step further and get a pedestrian crossing.
The criteria for introducing a pedestrian crossing are set by the Department for Transport. Over the last few weeks the number of vehicles passing the site in both directions was counted, as well as the number of pedestrians who crossed the road.
Counts of numbers of vehicles and pedestrians are normally taken within the period 0600 to 2200 to cover a typical working day. This information is then analysed to determine whether a crossing is appropriate.
Lincolnshire County Council, which commissioned the survey, will now create a detailed design for the new scheme and progress with the necessary legal processes, which includes holding a public consultation.
A similar study looking at whether a crossing is required in the adjoining village of Thurlby is still being analysed.
A 93-year-old man has died after the car he was driving left the road, rolling onto its roof and crashing.
It happened on the A15 near to the Barton-on-Humber interchange on Saturday at around 9.35am.
No other vehicles were involved. The pensioner from Suffolk was pronounced dead at the scene.