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Child airlifted after serious crash on A90 south of Fraserburgh

Child arrives at ARI
Image caption The child was airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

A child has been flown to hospital after a serious road crash on the A90 in Aberdeenshire.

The collision, believed to involve a car and a lorry, happened at about 14:45, two miles south of Fraserburgh.

Two ambulances and a helicopter were called to the scene. Two other people were being taken to hospital by road.

Grampian Police said the road had been closed and diversions put in place.

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