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Man knocked down in Tesco car park in Musselburgh

Category: Scotland

Published: 10th Oct 2013 15:34:50

A pedestrian is in hospital being treated for chest and pelvic injuries after being knocked down in an East Lothian supermarket car park.

The 68-year-old man was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary just before 10:30 following the incident in Tesco's car park in Musselburgh.

It is understood there was a four-car shunt in the car park in Olive Bank Road before the man was knocked down.

Two of the vehicles are thought to have been unoccupied at the time.

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