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Three die in separate accidents
Three people have died in separate accidents on Lincolnshire's roads in less than a week.

A motorcyclist in his early 30s was killed on Wednesday when his bike collided with a car on the A631 near Market Rasen.

Adrian Pasierb died on 6 June. He was a passenger in a car which hit a tree on Chapel Road, Ingoldmells.

Michelle Cowley from Peterborough died when a motorcycle and a car collided on 3 June at Whaplode St Catherines.

It brings the number of people killed on Lincolnshire's roads so far this year to 33.

This compares with 20 at the same time last year and 69 for the whole of 2005.


SEE ALSO:
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