Three people taken for treatment after crash at Black Gaet junction

Three people have been taken to hospital for treatment following a two vehicle crash at the Black Gaet junction this morning (Wednesday).

Police and fire crews attended the scene on the A970 main road, which was reported to police just before 10am.

Police Scotland said that three people were taken to the Gilbert Bain Hospital for treatment following the crash.

Two fire appliances, one from Lerwick and one from Scalloway, attended.

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said the crews just helped to clean up debris from the road and to direct traffic before leaving the scene at around 10.50am.


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  • wayne conroy

    • April 14th, 2022 22:12

    I am in no way saying anyone is at fault in this instance as I am unaware of any details other than what is written here but do think its about time that a camera was put up in this area thereby reducing the chance of such terrible incidents.


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