Two pedestrians hurt in Aberdeen crash

One man has been seriously injured and another man has been hurt after a collision involving a taxi in Aberdeen.

The two pedestrians were involved in an incident with a Peugeot Horizon taxi at 00:35 on Powis Terrace.

Police Scotland said one man had sustained potentially life threatening injuries.

Sgt David Pirie from the Roads Policing Unit appealed to anyone who saw the collision or who may have information to contact them.

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