Police are continuing to investigate a collision which led to the closure of a main route into Horncastle last Friday evening.
Two cars - a Toyota Aygo and a VW Golf - were involved in the incident at the junction of Foundry Street and East Street.
Details are still emerging but the Toyota - driven by a woman from Tathwell - apparently collided with a shop and ended up on its side.
The woman had to be freed from the car.
The registered owner of the Golf lives in Woodhall Spa.
There were no reports of any serious injuries although the road was closed for a couple of hours.
A police spokesman said officers were studying CCTV footage from the damaged shop in an attempt to establish what happened.
She confirmed that officers had seized both vehicles involved.
An eyewitness, who did not want to be named, told the News: “It looked to be a pretty bad collision.
“There were a lot of police and medical people around and one of the drivers was trapped in her car.
“An antique shop was damaged and I’m surprised there weren’t any serious injuries.
“The road was shut for quite a while and there were a few delays, especially for traffic coming back from the coast.”
Meanwhile, officers were called to another collision on Sunday lunchtime - on the A158 near to Crowders Garden Centre.
The incident involved three vehicles - a Ford Focus, a Chrysler Voyager and a Vauxhall Corsa.
There were no reports of serious injuries. The incident took place just before 12noon but the road was not closed.