After a car crashed into the Premier Inn hotel in Boston, Lincolnshire, two victims were rushed to the local hospital.
The mishap happened at 7:40 o’clock yesterday’s evening when a Vauxhall Omega crashed into the wall of the hotel in Wainfleet Road.
The police identified the driver of the vehicle, as 79-year-old man from Bolton. He had a 16-year-old female passenger in his car. They sustained minor injuries but they were transported to Pilgrim’s Hospital.
Aside from the operator of the vehicle and his young female passenger, there were also other passengers: a 73-year-old woman who is residing in Bolton and two other girls, aged 13 and 19 who were both residing in Woodhall Spa.
To assess the damage to the hotel, a structural engineer was called. They learned that there were two people staying in a room where the car hit who were shocked but unhurt.
Any witnesses to the incident are asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 is asking any other witness to give more information as they are continuing their investigation.
Last December 10, a 72-year-old Milford woman died Sunday after her vehicle traveled off the Boston Post Road and struck a utility pole, Police announced last Monday that the Milford Police Department is currently investigating the motor vehicle accident, which occurred early Sunday at 12:57 a.m. The vehicle was going westward along the Boston Post Road near the Milford Market Place Plaza. For unknown reasons, the vehicle veered and traveled off the roadway where it finally stopped after hitting a utility pole.
Police are asking witnesses with information to shed additional light to the incident. They are to regarding the accident to contact Officer Localzo of the Milford Police Department Traffic Division at 203.783.4792.
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