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Police confirm 91-year-old man has died following two-car collision on A96

By Val Sweeney

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A 91-year-old pedestrian has died following a crash in Nairn.
A 91-year-old pedestrian has died following a crash in Nairn.

Police Scotland has confirmed that a 91-year-old male pedestrian has died following a car crash in Nairn.

The collision happened on Thursday January 21.

Officers were called around 4.50pm to the junction of Thurlow Road and Seafield Street following the collision between a black Mazda, a red Honda and the pedestrian.

Police Sergeant Alasdair MacKay of the Road Policing Unit said : "The man was taken to Raigmore Hospital for treatment for serious injuries and has now passed away.

"Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.

"We are still appealing for information surrounding the crash and I would ask anyone who witnessed the incident to come forward."

Anyone with information is asked to contact us through 101, quoting reference number 2265 of Thursday, 21 January, 2021.

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