Scotland: Five injured after car ploughs into pedestrians on high street

(Scotland should be issuing either helmets or blindfolds to pedestrians any day now)


Five people, including four Army personnel, have been injured after a car ploughed into a group of pedestrians in a Highland village.

The collision happened in Ardersier, near Inverness, at around 9.20am on Monday.

An air ambulance was dispatched to the village’s High Street, which carried one pedestrian to Raigmore Hospital by air. The others were transported by road ambulance.

None of the victims, who are believed to include four personnel from nearby Fort George, are believed to have suffered life-threatening injuries.

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H/T M.

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4 Replies to “Scotland: Five injured after car ploughs into pedestrians on high street”

  1. still working on bin lorry crash ? scenario given near impossible ? two un named men in cab now three men + driver ? found a pic shows driver being helped out of cab [ over weight large old white male in council uniform ] picture of driver in the cab shown crashing into wall “different uniform ?????????????????????

    • The lorry driver has been identified but the additional individuals in the vehicle were not, nor has there been any confirmation about the driver’s injuries – including no confirmation about alleged heart attack.

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