Pedestrian rushed to hospital after being run down by automobile in Clydebank

A person has been rushed to a Glasgow hospital after being run down by a automobile final night time.

Police had been known as to Dumbarton Highway in Clydebank at round 10.20pm final night time to experiences of a crash involving a automobile and a pedestrian.

The 65-year-old pedestrian was taken to hospital for therapy, along with his present situation unknown, whereas the driving force of the automobile was unhurt.

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The highway was closed by police however re-opened round midnight.

A Police Scotland spokesperson mentioned: “We had been known as round 10.20pm on Saturday, January 7, to a report of a crash involving a pedestrian and a automobile on Dumbarton Highway, Clydebank.

“The pedestrian, a 65-year-old man, was taken to hospital for therapy. The driving force of the automobile was not injured.

“The highway was closed and re-opened simply after midnight.”


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