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Boy airlifted to hospital after road accident outside Grantham College




A boy, believed to be under 10, suffered head injuries this afternoon after being in collision with a car near Grantham College.

Police closed off Stonebridge Road while they investigated the incident.

The young casualty was flown to Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham by air ambulance.
The young casualty was flown to Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham by air ambulance.

The boy was airlifted to Queen’s Medical Centre by air ambulance, from the nearby Paddock. Police say his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. The incident happened just before 4pm.

Police would like witnesses to call them on the non-emergency 101 number with any information, quoting incident number 283 of today.



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