Appeal after road crash in Aberdeenshire

Published 13 November 2019

Police Scotland is renewing an appeal for information following a road crash on the A947 Dyce to Banff road in Aberdeenshire.

The incident happened just over one mile north of Oldmeldrum on the "Tullo Straight", about 7.25pm on Wednesday, 6 November.

The collision involved a grey Leximoto Michigan motorcycle and a silver Audi A3 and resulted in the 19 year old male motorcyclist sustaining serious but non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the Audi was uninjured.

Sergeant Peter Henderson of the Road Policing Department said: "Our inquiries have established that a light coloured van stopped at the scene.  We have not yet spoken to the occupant of this vehicle.

"If you were the driver or a passenger in this vehicle, or know who they are, I would urge you to contact on 101 quoting incident number 3657 of November 6.

"Anyone else with information who has not yet spoken to a police officer is also asked to get in touch."

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