Police appeal over 'serious' crash on B9032 in Aberdeenshire

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Police have appealed for witnesses after a young woman was left with life-threatening injuries when her car crashed in Aberdeenshire.

The 22-year-old's maroon Vauxhall Astra collided with a stone wall before landing upside down in a field on the B9032 Memsie to Ardlaw road about midday on Wednesday.

An RAF rescue helicopter was sent to the scene, and flew her to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

The road was closed as a result.

Grampian Police Insp Ewan Innes said: "The road was quiet at the time of the collision.

"However I would ask anyone who may have witnessed the collision, or who may have been aware of the vehicle being driven from Memsie towards Ardlaw prior to the collision, to come forward as soon as possible so that we can speak to them."

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