Man dies after crash between Audi and lorry near Boston

A man has died following a crash[1] on a busy A-road near a Lincolnshire town. Emergency services were called to a report of a two-vehicle crash on Monday, April 29, on the A1121 just west of Boston[2]. The two vehicles involved were a white Audi A7 travelling towards Boston and a Scania HGV travelling towards Hubbert's Bridge.

The driver of the Audi, a 37-year-old man, died at the scene and his family have been informed. Police say the driver of the HGV was not seriously injured. The road was closed for some time after the incident took place at around 2.40pm but has since reopened.

Get the latest Lincolnshire Live news with our email newsletters[3] A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: "We would like to speak to anyone who may have information that will assist our investigation and has not yet spoken to officers. We are appealing for any video footage that may have captured either vehicle as they travelled towards the area, or the collision itself.

"Our investigation is at an early stage and we would like anyone who may be able to help to contact the Investigating Officer by email on [email protected] or call 101, please refer to incident 240 of 29 April.


A motorcyclist died[4] after a crash just north of Boston on the same day in a separate incident.


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