A REPORT on the road accident earlier this month that involved Fife’s most senior police officer has been submitted to the Crown Office.
The Kingdom’s Chief Constable, Norma Graham (pictured), received slight injuries when her Audi Quattro was involved in a head-on crash with a Renault Clio.
It is standard procedure for a report to be sent to the procurator fiscal after any road accident in which injuries have been sustained. The procurator fiscal will now decide if any further action is required to be taken.
The Crown Office confirmed the procurator fiscal had received a report in connection with an incident on February 7, when Ms Graham’s vehicle was involved in the collision with another car on the B922 Cluny to Kinglassie road.
The accident happened in icy conditions and Ms Graham and the woman driver of the Clio were taken to hospital for treatment, before being released a few hours later. Both vehicles were badly damaged.
A police spokesman said at the time that the accident would be investigated in the same manner as any other.
A Crown Office spokesman said on Monday: “We can confirm that the area procurator fiscal for Fife has received a report concerning a 49-year-old woman in connection with an incident on February 7. The report remains under the consideration of the procurator fiscal.”