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Man charged after Wick crash


By David G Scott

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A WICK man talked about being rudely awakened at around 1.50am on Saturday morning by the sound of "a loud bang" after a car smash nearby.

"There were two lots of police in cars on Louisburgh St and Ashley Court parked up at 2.20am," he said.

The scene on Louisburgh Street in Wick before the cars were removed. One car appears to have smashed into the back of another.
The scene on Louisburgh Street in Wick before the cars were removed. One car appears to have smashed into the back of another.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Officers were made aware of a crash involving a car and two parked vehicles on Louisburgh Street in Wick shortly after 2am on Saturday, 5 September. Nobody was injured.

Damage can be seen to the front of this car and police tape surrounds it.
Damage can be seen to the front of this car and police tape surrounds it.

"A 22-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. He is expected to appear at Wick Sheriff Court at a later date."



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