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BEAULY CRASH: Businesses reopen in Beauly Square following dramatic truck crash which saw oil delivery vehicle plough into an empty shop


By Ian Duncan

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A sense of normality has returned to Beauly today following yesterday's dramatic truck crash.

The peace of the village was shattered around 12.45pm yesterday when an oil delivery vehicle careered down Croyard Road before ploughing into an empty shop in Beauly Square in the High Street.

Neighbouring businesses were told to close for the afternoon while emergency services worked to free the vehicle.

One casualty is said to have walked away from the accident while another was removed from the vehicle however their condition is not known.

Businesses today reopened their doors this morning while the damaged building stood boarded up.

Related article: WATCH: Video footage from the scene of where a truck crashed into shops and houses in Beauly Square

Related article: PICTURES: Vehicle removed from crash site in Beauly after ploughing into the former Co-op earlier today – landlord says 'if it had been a day or so later, the shop would have had people in it'

Related article: Car also hit in crash that saw a tanker strike a building in Beauly Square


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