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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
Road Traffic Accident at Balbeggie
About 1633 hours Wednesday 19 February 2014, emergency services attended a
report of a road accident involving a Red Ford Focus and a Grey Renault Megane on
the B953 adjacent to Balhall Farm, Balbeggie.
The 45 year old male driver of the Focus had to be cut from the vehicle and was
conveyed to Ninewells hospital Dundee suffering from chest, leg and arm injuries.
These are not considered life threatening.
The 45 year old male driver of the Megane suffered a lower back injury and the 46
year old female front seat passenger suffered seatbelt bruising.  A 17 year old female
rear seat passenger suffered a broken collar bone.  None of these injuries are life
threatening.
Police officers investigating the incident request any witnesses to the incident or
regards the manner the vehicles were being driven immediately before the collision to
contact them on 101

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