Police are appealing for witnesses after a road crash on the A737 in Renfrewshire on Tuesday 10th May 2016. A 50 year-old man was...

Police are appealing for witnesses after a road crash on the A737 in Renfrewshire on Tuesday 10th May 2016.

A 50 year-old man was driving a Peugeot 108 car northbound on the A737 between Lochwinnoch and Howwood when his vehicle struck a Seat Toledo being driven southbound by a 56 year-old man.

Officers from the Divisional Road Policing Unit at Greenock are continuing enquiries and appealing for witnesses after the smash.

Emergency services attended and the 50 year-old driver of the Peugeot was taken by ambulance to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley where he is being treated for his injuries. Hospital staff describe his condition as critical.

The 56 year-old driver of the Seat was also taken by ambulance to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley and released after treatment.

Sergeant Mark Miller from the Divisional Road Policing Unit at Greenock said: “Our enquiries are ongoing into the cause of the crash and I would urge any witnesses to the crash, or anyone who saw the Peugeot 108 driving on the A737 before the crash occurred to contact us.

“Anyone with information should contact the Road Policing Unit at Greenock through the non-emergency number 101.”




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