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Appeal as motorcyclist left with serious injuries after crash

By David Porter

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Road Policing Officers are appealing for information after a serious road crash involving two vehicles on Whitestripes Road at the B997 junction at the edge of the City and Shire boundary on Thursday, February 25

Around 6.50pm on Thursday evening, officers were called to a report of a road crash involving a KTM motorbike and a Mazda CX-7 car on Whitestripes Road at its junction with the B997.

Police and Ambulance attended and the 36 year-old motorcyclist was taken by Ambulance to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary where he is being treated for his injuries.

Hospital staff describe his condition as serious.

The male driver of the Mazda and his female passenger were uninjured.

Constable Callum Kerr, from the Road Policing Unit based at Inverurie is urging any witnesses to come forward.

He said: “Our investigation into this crash is continuing and I would ask anyone who witnessed this incident, or who was on that road shortly before the crash occurred to contact us.

"I would also ask anyone driving on Whitestripes Road at the B997 junction shortly before 6.50pm who has dash-cam footage to come forward.”

Any information can be passed to officers through 101 quoting reference 2533 of February 25.

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