Biker taken to hospital after crash and then charged
Emergency services were called to the crash between a motorcyclist and car in Dundee on Sunday.
A biker taken to hospital after a crash in Dundee was later charged with a number of motoring offences.
Emergency services attended the collision between the motorcyclist and a car at the junction of Macalpine Road and St Leonard Place just after 5pm on Easter Sunday.
The 51-year-old man was taken to Ninewells Hospital for treatment to minor injuries. Afterwards, he was charged by police.
A force spokesman said: "Police Scotland attended at the junction of Macalpine Road and St Leonard Place, Dundee, in response to a road traffic collision between a car and motorcycle.
"The 51-year-old male motorcyclist was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries, and was subsequently charged with a number of motoring offences."