Two men in hospital with serious injuries after Army vehicle flips over

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Two people were taken to hospital after being seriously injured when an army lorry overturned at a crossroads in Stirling.

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Emergency services were informed of the accident at Keer intersection on the A9 near Dunblane at around 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday.

The road was closed to the south while emergency services dealt with the incident. Since then one lane has reopened.


Police said two people in the lorry, aged 33 and 21, were taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital with serious injuries, but did not suffer injuries.

The army lorry was traveling south before turning, coming to rest in the middle of the roundabout.

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The Scottish Ambulance Service said they arrived at the scene and the fire service said it had dispatched three equipment.

An army spokesman said: “We are aware of an incident involving a military vehicle on the A9.”

The police have appealed for information about the accident.

Sergeant John Lang of the Road Policing Unit in Stirling said: “We are investigating to establish the full circumstances that led to this incident.

“We would urge anyone who witnessed the incident or vehicle before the accident, if you have not already spoken to an officer.

“We’d also be willing to talk to anyone who has dashcam footage.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101, citing incident 0670 of November 23.

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