Man critical after A17 three-lorry crash in Lincolnshire
A 46-year-old lorry driver from the Spalding area remains in a stable but critical condition after a three-lorry crash on the A17 at Holdingham near Sleaford.
The man was airlifted to Queen's Medical Centre by the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
The crash happened at around 7:30am on March 12, near the A15 junction. Some of the lorries shed their load and the road was closed east and west bound.
The A17 at Holdingham was closed for 11-hours due to complications in the recovery of one of the vehicles. Diversions were in place via Cranwell.
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One lorry containing 19 tonnes of pig feed was being propped up by another and a special suction machine was required to extract its load before the vehicles could be moved.
Police re-opened the road at 6:30pm but it was then closed overnight from 8pm until 6am on March 13 for resurfacing work.