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Teenager appears in court after boy hurt in Aberdeen moped collision

A teenager has appeared in court charged with causing injury by dangerous driving after a young boy was badly hurt in an incident involving a moped in Aberdeen.

The eight-year-old boy was injured in Cornhill Terrace on Sunday.

Paul Jessiman, 19, of Aberdeen, appeared at the city's sheriff court.

He was also charged with driving without insurance, a licence, and failing to stop. He made no plea and was released on bail.

Meanwhile, a second man charged by police after the incident appeared at Aberdeen Justice of the Peace Court.

William Dunlop, 18, was fined £540 after admitting driving without a licence or insurance.

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