An ambulance service spokeswoman has provided further details of today's road crash in Grimsby:
The emergency 999 call was received at 12.30pm today and reported a road traffic collision between a lorry and a car in Grimsby.
Three ambulances and the air ambulance were sent to the crash on the A18 in Laceby.
Our first response was on scene within three minutes of the call being picked up in control. Police and fire services also attended.
Two patients were transported by land ambulance to hospital in Grimsby.
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