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Women treated in hospital for injuries following Macduff car crash


By Kyle Ritchie

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A car crash in Macduff on Sunday afternoon resulted in two women being taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary to be treated for injuries.

The vehicle they were travelling in hit the corner of a building on the town's Union Road at about 1.20pm.

The women, who are aged 65 and 36, were taken to hospital and it is understood their injuries were not serious.

Police closed the road in Macduff to allow the car to be recovered after the crash.
Police closed the road in Macduff to allow the car to be recovered after the crash.

A police spokeswoman said: "We were called to reports of a one vehicle crash on Union Road, Macduff, around 1.20pm on Sunday, June 21.

"Emergency services were in attendance, there does not appear to be any serious injuries, two women aged 65 and 36 were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

"The road was closed to allow for uplift of the vehicle and reopened after 4pm."


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