An 86-year-old woman has been left in a critical condition after an incident in Prestwick at the weekend.

Police responded to reports on Saturday (May 28) at around 12.40pm that a car had crashed into the Savers shop building on Prestwick Main Street.

The car hit several parked cars, before mounting the pavement where it collided with a pedestrian and crashed into a shop window.

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Emergency services attended and an 86-year-old female pedestrian was taken to Crosshouse Hospital with serious injuries.

She has since been transferred to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. Medical staff describe her condition as critical.

The 74-year-old male driver of the vehicle was uninjured but has been left badly shaken by the incident.

The road was closed allowing crash scene investigators to carry out enquiries, but was reopened a short time later.

Sergeant Chris Hoggans, from the Ayrshire road policing unit, said: “Main Street was pretty busy on Saturday afternoon and I am appealing to members of the public, who were in the area around the time of the incident, to contact us with any information.

"It’s vital we have all the facts so we can continue to piece together the full circumstances of what has happened.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland, quoting incident number 1650 of 28 May, 2022.