A 53 year-old man from Spilsby has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after a 16-year-old girl died following a collision with several vehicles in Skegness.
Police were called to A158 near to the Southview Leisure Park on Burgh Road around 7am today.
The road was reopened around 4:30pm.
The man has been interviewed and released on police bail.
A 16-year-old female pedestrian has died following a collision with one or more vehicles in Skegness.
Emergency services are at the scene of the collision on the A158 near to the Southview Leisure Park on Burgh Road, Skegness.
Lincolnshire Police say the road is likely to remain closed for several hours.
Skegness RNLI's inshore lifeboat was called out when a quad biker got his bike stuck in mud on the beach at Gibraltar Point.
The RNLI"s three volunteer crew members launched just after 3pm yesterday and headed towards Gibraltar Point, four miles south of the lifeboat station.
The lifeboat arrived to find the male quad biker on the beach near his semi-submerged bike, close to the entrance of the river.
Lifeboat helmsman Joe Pieniak said he didn't think they would be able to recover the bike before it became completely submerged by the tide.
Joe said: 'When we arrived on scene we could only see the handlebars above the water. The bike was stuck solid in the mud and with the tide rising fast our initial thoughts were to abandon it and get the biker safely back to dry land.'
However, the crew worked quickly to attach a tow rope to the quad bike in an effort to salvage it and after several attempts were able to pull it free of the mud and recover it out of the water.
Crew members Will Watson and Craig Willard helped the biker push the bike back towards the sand dunes but with the rapidly rising tide they soon found they had been cut off.
The crew were left with no alternative but to abandon the bike and return to Skegness with the biker in the lifeboat.
Joe added: 'It was frustrating that we'd managed to free the bike from the mud only to find the tide had beaten us and we couldn't get it back to dry land. But the priority was always the biker, who was safe and well and reunited with his friends at the lifeboat station.'
Police are appealing to a man from Skegness who has gone missing to contact his family and let them know he is safe and well.
Marc Mellors , also known as Marc Saxton, was last seen around Claxby Street Andrew, near Alford between 2.30pm and 3.30pm on Friday 14 November 2014.
The 33-year-old had left his car following a minor crash and was seen walking towards Alford.
He is thought to have been wearing a grey hooded top, jeans and black canvas shoes.
He is described as 6ft tall, medium build, with short dark coloured hair. He has star shaped tattoos on his left arm.
Two men have been arrested after a Skegness man was critically injured in a house in the town.
Police say the 53-year-old sustained very serious head and facial injuries at a property in South Parade last night. He is now in a critical condition at Boston Pilgrim Hospital.
Forensic examinations are taking place.
Lincolnshire police have named a driver who died in a car accident in the county on Friday at North Thoresby.
She was 23-year-old Louisa Conway from Skegness.
Lincolnshire's Pride of Britain 'Fundraiser of the Year' finalist Mark Smith has been speaking to the Prime Minister about his campaign for compulsory wearing of cycle helmets.
Mark was nominated for the award for his work since his son Ryan suffered life-changing injuries after being knocked off his bike.
He missed out on the prize, but says the chance to talk to David Cameron was a great opportunity.
The Skegness Community Forum will meet today to discuss the risk posed by coastal flooding. The meeting will include speakers from local authorities and organisations such as the Environment Agency, so they can explain their work in protecting and preparing the coast for the future.
A pregnant cow, which became stuck in a wall in Skegness, has been freed by firefighters in Lincolnshire.
The animal which was trapped for several hours had to be sedated before Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue service used heavy breaking equipment to get it out of the opening of a wartime pillbox.
It is now said to have fully recovered from the ordeal.
A man who committed burglaries in Skegness and Winthorpe, as well as in the Barnsley area in July, has been jailed for five years at Lincoln Crown Court.
Craig Fellows, 44, of Royston, Barnsley admitted burglary with intent to steal at a property in Queen's Drive, Skegness, and burglary of a caravan at Winthorpe.
The court heard that during the Skegness burglary, he walked into the home of a 75-year-old man. When he was discovered he asked for money, but the man managed to push him outside.
After this incident he went on to break into a caravan in Winthorpe, stealing a laptop and cash.
Fellows was identified on CCTV and was traced and arrested.
He admitted two charges of burglary and two charges of theft in the Barnsley area. He also admitted breach of a suspended sentence imposed by Barnsley Magistrates for theft.
Craig Fellows was a short stay visitor to the coast who blighted the local community of Winthorpe, preying on the elderly and vulnerable.
"He would find it acceptable to invite himself into people's home and help himself to their belongings. With the help of the local community Fellows was quickly identified and arrested, and this led to his immediate imprisonment.
"Whilst such offences are few and far between, these incidents act as a reminder for us all to think about our home security, and something as simple as keeping the door locked can be so effective".