Two men injured in West Lothian car crash

Two men have been injured in a car crash in West Lothian .

The accident happened at 06:30 on Wednesday near the fuel station on the A71 near Polbeth.

A Volkswagen Golf and a Citroen C4 were involved in the collision. The route from Polbeth Road to Blackburn Road was reopened at 09:00.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service gave first aid at the scene before the men were taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.

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