Witnesses sought after crash on the A947 at Plaidy

Police Scotland are looking for anyone who saw the collision between a red Audi A4 and a house on the A947 at Plaidy on Saturday night to come forward.

Police Scotland confirmed that a man has died in hospital on Monday as a result of serious injuries suffered in the road traffic collision on the A947 Banff to Turriff road at Plaidy, Turriff on the evening of Saturday 18 June 2016.

58 year old Leslie Stuart from Aberdeen had been the front seat passenger in a car that left the road and collided with a house about 8.20pm. He had been taken from the scene by air ambulance to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

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The 41 year old man who was driving the car remains in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with a fractured leg.

Sergeant Colin Matheson said

Our thoughts at this time are with the family and friends of those involved.

We are investigating the circumstances and would like to hear from anyone who saw the collision or who saw a red Audi A4 estate car being driven on the A947 between Banff and Plaidy, Turriff around 8.20pm on Saturday. If you have any information please call us on 101.


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