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Road crash probe unit for Fort ‘unlikely’

THE CHANCES of Fort William getting its own road accident police unit are ‘quite unlikely’, according to a Lochaber police sergeant.

At a meeting last month, members of Kilmallie Community Council raised concerns over the lack of a police road accident investigation unit in Fort William after a number of road traffic collisions (RTCs) this summer led to road closures of up to seven hours.

Community council member Jim Ramsay said: ‘When the new police station was built they said there’d be sufficient numbers and trained people to cover road accidents.’

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