M90 Fife crash: Man arrested after 'cannabis-smelling' BMW car involved in collision with lorry

A man has been arrested after a car – which police said smelled ‘strongly of cannabis’ – was involved in a collision with a lorry on the M90 in Fife on Tuesday.

Fife Road Policing officers attended the crash between a lorry and a red BMW car on the M90 on Tuesday afternoon.

Police Scotland commented that ‘miraculously’ there were no serious injuries after the collision which left the car significantly damaged.

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Police also noted that the BMW ‘smelt strongly of cannabis’ and its driver ‘appeared impaired.’

The crash between a lorry and a red BMW car happened on the M90 in Fife on Tuesday afternoon and one man was arrested (Photo: Police Scotland).

A man was arrested following the crash and charged over allegations of being unfit to drive through drink or drugs and refusal to provide a blood sample.

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A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “The BMW smelt strongly of cannabis and the driver appeared impaired; he was arrested but refused to provide a blood sample.” A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal following the incident.

Police have advised that if people suspect someone of drug-driving then they should phone the police but make sure they have noted the car registration number, a description of the person and vehicle as well as the location.

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