Motorcyclist is airlifted from Moray road after collision with car

Motorcyclist was flown to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (pic: Craig Pattison)
Motorcyclist was flown to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (pic: Craig Pattison)

A MOTORCYCLIST WAS airlifted to hospital in Aberdeen on Tuesday after being struck by a car on the Lhanbryde/Lossiemouth road.

The accident happened on the B9103 shortly after 2.20pm and resulted in the road being closed for a couple of hours.

An eyewitness told insideMoray: “The motorcyclist was airlifted from the crash site which was attended by police and ambulance crews.

“An elderly gentleman was driving the car and with two children as passengers – all appeared to shaken but unharmed.”

A Police Scotland spokeswoman confirmed that the male motorcyclist was flown to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary but it is understood he was not suffering from any life-threatening injuries.

“We were alerted to the incident at the junction of the B9103 and A96 at 2.40pm on Wednesday and attended with other emergency services. The road was fully reopened at 3.50pm.”

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