Terry Crook named as victim in Aberdeen crash

A male motorcyclist who was killed after a crash involving a car in Aberdeen has been named by police.

Terry Crook, 18, from the Torry area of Aberdeen died after the collision in Provost Rust Drive, in the north west of the city at about 21:20 on Tuesday.

A female pillion passenger suffered serious injuries and was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

The woman driver of the car, a white Volkswagen Polo, suffered minor injuries.

Police are continuing to investigate the crash and would like anyone with information to contact them.

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