• Wed. Oct 21st, 2020

Police apologise after telling nasty household about teen’s death

Police apologise after telling nasty household about teen’s death
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image caption19-365 days-outmoded Dylan Irvine died in a atomize approach Crimond on Monday
Police indulge in apologised to the household of a teen after they indulge in been incorrectly instructed he had died in a vehicle atomize.

The 18-365 days-outmoded turned into once seriously injured in an incident on the A90 approach Crimond in Aberdeenshire at about 07: 30 on Monday however his household indulge in been instructed he had been killed.

Ch Insp Neil Lumsden said inaccurate info had been given to police on the scene.

He said officers indulge in been “faced with a perplexed scene including inaccurate info provided by a peek”.

“Officers on the scene of a atomize exercise every avenue accessible to abet determine those alive to as swiftly and accurately as imaginable,” he said.

‘Puzzled scene’

He said this integrated the exercise of non-public outcomes found on the scene, the exercise of police systems to search out out who the registered keeper of a vehicle is, looking at who is insured to force it and checking for any assorted info in the course of the companies such as the DVLA.