One person has died after a fire engulfed a shop and storage area following reports of an explosion.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue said crews from seven separate stations tackled the blaze in De Wint Avenue, Lincoln, after it broke out at about 4.30pm on Monday.
Police said they believe the person killed was a man but his identity is yet to be confirmed.
At least two other casualties were taken to hospital, although they were not seriously injured.
A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police said:
We are sad to report that one person has died following the fire.
Work is ongoing to establish the identity of this person.
We are working closely with the fire service as the investigation continues to establish the exact circumstances involved.
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Police in Lincoln are searching for a missing schoolgirl.
15-year-old Katie Hughen was last seen on Sunday in the south of the city. Police say she is of slim build, about 5ft 6in in height, with long, straight, light-brown hair. She is believed to be wearing jeans, black Nike Air trainers, and a burgundy Nike hooded top with a grey Lacoste hooded top over that.
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A drop-in session will be held at St Giles Community Centre in Lincoln this afternoon, where anyone can take along their debt letters, opened or unopened, and get free, confidential advice from a debt coach.
The initiative is being run by Christians Against Poverty.
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The shocking scale of domestic abuse in Lincolnshire has been revealed at a conference, where delegates heard that police responded to 10,000 call outs last year.
Safeguarding professionals met in Lincoln to discuss what more can be done to tackle the problem and help those affected. A number of victims have also been speaking out, including a man who suffered serious domestic abuse. WARNING: you may find some of the details and pictures in Kate Hemingway's report distressing from the start.
The shocking scale of domestic abuse in Lincolnshire has been highlighted at a conference - as it's revealed police dealt with 10,000 call outs last year.
Ian McNicholl, himself a victim of male domestic abuse gave a powerful account to professionals at the event in Lincoln.
Mr McNicholl was attacked by his former partner in Lincolnshire with lit cigarettes and burnt with an iron. They went on to be jailed for the abuse which happened over an 18 month period.
Ian now offers support as an ambassador of the charity 'The Mankind Initiative'- he also helped the storywriters of Coronation Street research their male domestic abuse storyline involving the character Tyrone.
A man has been treated in hospital after being stabbed in the leg in the lift of a block of flats in Lincoln.
Officers were called to William House on Picton Street on Friday evening. Police say the 35 year old's injuries are not life threatening.
Three people were arrested but have since been released with no further action.