Traffic restrictions this evening in Inverness as police carry out further enquiries, after a crash causing life-changing injuries to 57-year old woman
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Motorists are advised that temporary restrictions will be in place around Crown Street, Inverness, from 5.30pm tonight, as police officers carry out further enquiries following a horrific crash last week.
The incident took place around 12.45pm on Friday March 12, and involved Erica Campbell, a veterinary practice worker, and a Mercedes lorry.
As a result, Mrs Campbell (57), from Wester Inshes, was taken to Raigmore Hospital, before being transferred to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with serious injuries.
Mrs Campbell, a client services assistant at Crown Vets in Argyle Street, remains in a serious condition.
Sergeant Kate Park said: "We'd like to thank the public for their patience and assistance as we carry out our work in the Crown Street area this evening. Disruption will kept to a minimum and officers will be present to advise motorists.
"Once again, we'd urge anyone who was in the area around the time of the incident last week to please come forward. We are also interested in speaking with anyone who has businesses or property nearby with personal security cameras, as these could assist our enquiries."
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Police via 101, quoting incident number 1267 of Friday March 12 2021.
To read more about this incident, click here.