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Policewoman who suffered a fractured skull in the line of duty in Grantham is on the mend




Lincolnshire Police have provided an update on the condition of the officer who suffered a fractured skull in the line of duty.

The incident, which took place on October 7, happened in the car park of Sainsbury's in Grantham.

A 36-year-old man has since pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing injury to a police officer, possession of a class B drug and a further separate charge of dangerous driving.

Police and an ambulance attended the incident in Sainsbury's car park on October 7. (42597767)
Police and an ambulance attended the incident in Sainsbury's car park on October 7. (42597767)

He has been remanded into custody. A date for sentencing has not yet been set.

Although the incident originally caused the officer in question to be hospitalised, some positive news has been revealed about their recovery.

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: " We can confirm our officer is doing well and out of hospital."



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