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Pedestrian (91) suffers serious injuries following collision involving two cars on A96


By Chris Saunderson

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A COLLISION involving two cars and a 91-year-old pedestrian, who has sustained serious injuries, has taken place on the A96 in Nairn.

Police are appealing for witnesses following the incident around 5pm at the junction of Thurlow Road and Seafield Street.

Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..
Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..

The pedestrian was taken to Raigmore Hospital for treatment for serious injuries.

A red Mazda and black Honda were involved.

Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..
Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..

Sergeant Kate Park of the Road Policing Unit said: "I am appealing to anyone who was in the area at the time of the crash to please come forward. If you have a dashcam, you may have captured footage which could assist our investigation.

“The road is currently closed to allow a full investigation to be carried out and local diversions are in place.

Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..
Police at site of RTC involving two cars and a pedestrian in Thurlow Road Nairn...Picture: Gary Anthony..

“Anyone with information is asked to contact us through 101, quoting reference number 2265 of 21/01. Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.”


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