Woman, 36, fights for her life after road crash near Stirling
A woman is suffering potentially life-threatening injuries after a serious road crash on the A907 near Stirling this morning.
The incident happened around 10.35am between Manor Powis and Blackgrange roundabouts and involved two cars - a blue Mini and a grey Peugeot 207.
The seriously injured 36-year-old female victim was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, and a 22-year-old man was taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital as a precaution.
The road was closed and diversions were put in place while officers carried out enquiries to establish the full circumstances surrounding the crash.
The road reopened around 4pm.
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Road Policing Sergeant David Ross said: “Enquiries into the crash are ongoing and it’s important we establish exactly what happened here.
“I am particularly keen to speak to the driver of a grey Audi, possibly an estate vehicle, who was driving in the area shortly before the incident and may be able to assist with our enquiries.
“I would urge anyone who may have witnessed the crash but has not yet spoken to police to come forward.
“I would also ask anyone with dash-cam footage that could assist our investigation to please get in touch as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 1296 of February 15.