Two motorcyclists taken to hospital after police and ambulance rush to two crashes

Two motorcyclists have been taken to hospital after separate crashes on the same morning, police have revealed. Emergency services including the East Midlands Ambulance Service and Lincolnshire Police were called to the collisions in the East Lindsey region before 12pm on Sunday, May 18. Louth Police posted pictures of one of the vehicles involved and took the opportunity to warn motorists to stay alert with more and more traffic beginning to return to the roads after Downing Street has relaxed some lockdown rules.

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A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police on social media said: "Yes, we've been allowed to go out more and we can see this with the number of people, vehicles and particularly motorcycles out today.

"However, remember that by making unnecessary journeys you are increasing the risk to you and those around you significantly, and we imagine the last place anyone wants to end up at the moment is in hospital! "More risk to you and more pressure on the NHS.

Police have issued a warning

"Please enjoy the sunshine responsibly and please ensure you enjoy it safely whilst respecting those around you. "Go home in one piece, and if you do go out in/on a vehicle get back home on the vehicle you set off in/on and not like this, separately in an ambulance and recovery truck.

"Have a great day and keep yourselves safe!"

Nobody is believed to been seriously injured in either crash.

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