Police appeal after mororcyclist injured following collision on A737 Police appeal after mororcyclist injured following collision on A737
Police Scotland have made an appeal for witnesses after a mororcyclist was injured following a collision on A737. A 54-year-old male motorcyclist has been... Police appeal after mororcyclist injured following collision on A737

Police Scotland have made an appeal for witnesses after a mororcyclist was injured following a collision on A737.

A 54-year-old male motorcyclist has been seriously injured as a result of a road traffic collision on the A737 at the St James Interchange on Tuesday afternoon.

The collision took place at around 3.55pm, where the eastbound off slip of A737 joins the M8.

No other vehicle was involved and no-one else was injured.

The injured man was taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow with head and chest injuries. His condition is described by medical staff as being serious but stable.

Sergeant Craig Beaver said: “I would like to speak to anyone who was driving in the vicinity of the St James Interchange at the time of the collision. I am particularly keen to speak to the driver of an HGV lorry who may be able to assist with enquiries and anyone who captured the incident on a dashcam.

“Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland via 101 – quoting reference 2465 of 14 May 2019.”