Traffic chaos after combine harvester and cement lorry collision in Lincoln
Update 13:30: Lindum Road is now re-open and clear for traffic.
Update 12:00: Lindum Road is still dangerous due to diesel on the road.
Further grit is needed and there will be a further delay in reopening the road.
Update 9:32: Officials have now confirmed the clear up could now take longer than initially thought as there is between 200 and 300 litres of diesel on the road.
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Police spokesman James Newall said: "We are waiting for a unit from Market Rasen to come and spread some sand on it.
"We could be looking at a couple of hours before it is cleared."
9:00: Commuters are experiencing delays after a collision involving a combine harvester and a cement lorry in Lindum Road, Lincoln.
Police were called to the crash half way up the hill at 7.27 this morning.
Lincolnshire Police spokesman James Newall said: "There were no injuries and the vehicles are awaiting recovery and it is causing some tailbacks."