Teenager charged after crashing car in grounds of hospital

Police are investigating the deaths
Police are investigating the deaths

POLICE have reported a teeanger to the procurator fiscal for dangerous driving after crashing a car in the grounds of Stobhill Hospital.

It’s believed the car hit a kerb, flipped and crashed into a lamp-post before landing on its wheels opposite the hospital’s new Marie Curie Hospice, at around 5am on Saturday, September 8.

Police say they had tried to stop the vehicle before it crashed in the hospital grounds.

Firefighters and police managed to prize open one of the car doors to free the driver following the crash.He was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary with suspected neck, back and leg injuries. The incident was attended by police, ambulance and two appliances from Springburn and Bishopbriggs fire stations.

A 17-year-old man has now been reported to the procurator fiscal for dangerous driving, having no driving licence, failing to provide a sample of breath and taking and driving a vehicle without permission.

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