A 71-year-old woman has gone missing after leaving the A&E department at Lincoln County Hospital.
Luy Hempsall, who is considered vulnerable due to health conditions, left the hospital at around 10am on Saturday April 29.
She is described as being 5ft tall, of average build with grey hair which was tied back in a ponytail. She was last seen wearing jeans, a dark blue waterproof jacket and glasses.
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Lincoln City have missed out on a first ever trip to Wembley, after being held to a one all draw by York City in the second leg of their FA Trophy Semi-Final at Sincil Bank. It was enough to give York a 3-2 aggregate win. Lincoln are now free to concentrate on promotion back to the Football League.
Passengers in Lincoln have said they have been delayed for up to an hour and a half waiting for replacement buses due to the train strike.
RMT union members have walked out in an on-going row over staffing changes causing many Northern Rail services to be cancelled.
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The B1262 High Street in Lincoln is partially blocked due to a collision between a van and a car near St Mark Street.
There are reports of congestion. Motorists are warned to expect delays.