A1 Northbound closed, queueing traffic due to police incident between A607 (Harlaxton) and A52 (Barrowby), congestion on A1 to B1174 (Little Ponton). Road has been closed since around 23:30 Tuesday.
Emergency Services were called to the northbound carriageway of the A1 at Barrowby near the A52 late last night where a motor cyclist had been in collision with a car and a lorry.
The motor cyclist was seriously injured and taken to Queen's Medical Centre at Nottingham for treatment.
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A monowheel motorcycle made in Lincolnshire that can reach speeds of more than 60 miles an hour, has made it's way into the record books.
It's just one of the latest achievements to be revealed today by the Guinness book of World Records.
A monowheel motorcycle is one large wheel that revolves around a track and the engine and rider sit inside. The driver has to control the vehicle using careful control of throttle and perfect balance.
To achieve the World Records title, the monowheel had to be run solely on power produced by its engine and the speed had to be timed from a flying start over a distance of no less than a quarter mile (402 metres).
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Two 15-year-olds have admitted killing a mother and daughter in Lincolnshire.
The boy and girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, denied murder but pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 49-year-old Elizabeth Edwards and her 13-year-old daughter Katie.
The victims were found dead at a property in Dawson Avenue, Spalding, on April 15.
The two defendants, who were 14 at the time of the alleged offences, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday morning and spoke only to confirm their names and to enter their pleas.
A trial is due to begin at the same court on October 5 and both were remanded into custody by Mrs Justice Carr.
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