Glasgow teenager killed in Highland road crash named

A teenager who died in a Highland road crash has been named.

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Owain Ramsay, 19, from Glasgow, was killed in a car crash on the A87 at around 5.30pm on Saturday.

No other vehicles were involved in the incident, five miles south of the Bun Loyne junction of the A87.

It is not know whether he was the driver of the vehicle.

Three others were injured in the collision.

Paramedics airlifted one person to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness with a head injury, while two others were taken to Belford Hospital in Fort William with minor injuries.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "At about 5.30pm on July 26, Police Scotland received a report of a one vehicle road traffic collision on the A87 approximately five miles south of the Bun Loyne junction of the A887.

"Sadly one person within the car died as a result of the collision. His identity can now be confirmed as Owain Ramsay, 19, from Glasgow."

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