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airlifted to hospital!
STRANRAER MAN was airlifted by helicopter to hospital directly
from the scene of a four-vehicle crash on the A77 road north
of Cairnryan on
the road was partially closed for about an hour and a half.
one of the drivers involved is being reported to the Procurator
Fiscal following the crash which occurred about 400 yards
south of the border with Strathclyde.
26-year-old injured man was riding a K-registration Kawasaki
sustained a number of injuries to his legs and was detained
for observation in Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
None of his injuries were described as serious. The bike was
involved were a Volvo HGV and trailer being driven by a 54-year-old
man from the Manchester area who was not hurt and no damage
was caused to his lorry; a Honda Civic car owned and driven
by a 43-year-old woman from Perth who was unhurt, although
the car sustained moderate damage and a Case 150 tractor and
agricultural trailer, being driven by a 29-year-old man from
Ayrshire who was unhurt and no damage was caused to the vehicle.