A MOTORCYCLIST remains in hospital after he was seriously injured in an accident in Renfrewshire yesterday. 

The 54-year-old man was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Glasgow, after the incident on the A737 at the St James Interchange in Paisley. 

Police say no other vehicle was involved an no-one else was hurt in the accident, which happened at around 3.55pm. 

Medical staff describe the man's condition as serious but stable and he suffered head and chest injuries. 

Police investigating the incident are keen to speak to the driver of an HGV lorry, who was in the area at the time. 

Sergeant Craig Beaver said: "I would like to speak to anyone who was driving in the vicinity of the St James Interchange at the time of the collision.

"I am particularly keen to speak to the driver of an HGV lorry who may be able to assist with enquiries and anyone who captured the incident on a dashcam."

Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland via 101 - quoting reference 2465 of 14 May 2019. 

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