Police Scotland is appealing for witnesses following a serious collision between two motorcycles on the A83 near Inveraray yesterday (Sunday).
Around 11.40 am a northbound Honda motorcycle and a southbound Yamaha motorcycle collided at Strone Point, just outside Inveraray.
The 48 year old rider of the Honda motorcycle was taken by ambulance to the Southern General Hospital, Glasgow, where he is still being treated.
The rider of the Yamaha motorcycle, aged 34 years, was taken by ambulance to the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley where he is still being treated.
The condition of both men is described by hospital staff as serious.
Sergeant James Crawford, Divisional Road Policing Unit, Dumbarton, said today: “With this weekend being a bank holiday, the A83, the main road between Inveraray and Glasgow, was very busy at the time of the crash.
“Although some people have come forward with information about the crash, we are still keen to hear from anyone who was on the road around that time who may have witnessed the crash or who has any information which may help us with our investigation.”
If you can help please contact Police Scotland on the non-emergency number 101 or the Road Policing Unit in Dumbarton on 01389 822000.
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