Good Samaritans perform first aid on driver following collision in Grantham
Two people performed first aid on a driver following a collision involving four vehicles yesterday afternoon.
The incident, reported yesterday (Monday) at 2.08pm, took place on Princess Drive, Grantham.
A car ended up on its side near the Co-op and it was reported that firefighters were trying to release a person trapped in the vehicle.
Lincolnshire Police stated that there were "no serious injuries" following the collision.
A female nurse and a 25-year-old man were reported to have rushed to the scene and performed first aid on a driver until the fire engine and police arrived.
An anonymous source said: "They were brilliant, and they deserve some applause."
A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: "This was a collision involving four vehicles. No serious injuries."