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Appeal after cyclist seriously injured in Aberdeen collision

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Police have appealed for witnesses after a cyclist was seriously injured after being knocked down in Aberdeen.

The incident happened on the unclassified Shielhill road between the B997 Scotstown road and B999 Potterton road at about 11:55 on Saturday.

The 56-year-old male cyclist - who was wearing a yellow rucksack and was on a white racing-type bike - was taken to hospital.

Police said a silver Subaru Impreza was involved.

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