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Three arrests made over Lincolnshire level crossing crash

Three teenagers have been arrested following a crash at a level crossing in Lincolnshire yesterday.

The 18-year-old man and two women, aged 18 and 19, were all in a blue Vauxhall Corsa, believed by police to have been stolen and which failed to stop for them, before colliding at the level crossing at Langworth.

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Two teenage boys remain in hospital following yesterday's crash. A 16-year-old boy is being treated at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham and a 15-year-old boy at Lincoln County Hospital.

Police say they're working with the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

Watch: Latest from the scene of crossing collision

These are the latest pictures from the scene of a crash at a level crossing in Lincolnshire earlier today.

Police were alerted to a Vauxhall Corsa which was believed to have been stolen in a neighbouring county.

The Corsa had failed to stop for police when it was involved in the collision at the level crossing.

Damage was caused to the barriers and a residential building, although there was no involvement with a train.

Trains from Lincoln Central resume following disruption

Trains have now resumed between Grimsby Town and Lincoln Central following a collision at the level crossing on the A158 at Langworth earlier this afternoon.

Car in crash 'failed to stop for police'

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A car involved in a serious collision in Lincolnshire 'failed to stop' for police and was then involved in a crash, according to emergency services.

At around 2.30pm, the Vauxhall Corsa was involved in a collision at the level crossing on the A158 at Langworth. The road has been closed and motorists are asked to find an alternative route.

The injury to the driver is described as serious and he has been flown to Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham by air ambulance. The other occupants of the vehicle have less serious injuries.

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