Canadian pensioner dies from injuries after two-car crash

Donna Englebert passed away from her injuries after being airlifted to hospital following the collision in Dundonnell.

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A second person has died following a two-car crash on a road in the Scottish Highlands.

Donna Englebert was airlifted to hospital in Aberdeen after the collision on the A832 at Dundonnell on Wednesday, August 31.

The 72-year-old, from Canada, received treatment but “succumbed to her injuries” on September 10.

She had been a passenger in a black Kia Sportage when it collided with the silver Kia Venga.

A 69-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency crews, while a 63-year-old woman also suffered serious injuries.

A 77-year-old man, and a 75-year-old female passenger were taken to hospital in Inverness by ambulance.

An investigation into the crash is currently under way.

Sergeant Calum MacAulay, from the Dingwall Road Policing Unit, said: “At this time, our thoughts remain with Donna’s loved ones as they come to terms with their terrible loss.

“We are continuing our enquiries to establish the full circumstances of the incident and would ask anyone who has not yet come forward with information to get in touch with police.

“If you believe you can assist our enquiries please call 101, quoting incident 1134 of August 31.”

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