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A75 closed after six vehicle crash

In total the collision involved six vehicles Credit: ITV Border

The A75 is closed after six vehicles, including three HGV's, were involved in a crash.

The incident happened at about 8:15am today, Friday 20 June, at Mouswald Banks near Colin, Dumfries.

Police are asking for anyone who saw a small blue car, that left the seen, or a moped rider at the time of the incident to get in touch on 101.

Police say the recovery will take some time Credit: ITV Border

At this stage, Police say there are no serious injuries.

The road is expected to be closed for a considerable amount of time while all vehicles are recovered.

Diversions will be in place and there may be some delays. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.

One car left the scene Credit: ITV Border

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Police have now released the name of the woman killed in the fatal road crash on the A75 Bypass near Dumfries yesterday as 50-year-old Lynne Trainor from Rashgill, Locharbriggs.

Officers are continuing to appeal for anyone who may have been on the Dumfries Bypass, between the Cuckoo Bridge roundabout and the Edinburgh Road roundabout around 1pm to get in touch if they witnessed the crash.

Fatal accident on A75

A woman has died after a crash on the A75.

An lorry, VW Tiguan and a Ford Ka were involved.

The incident took place on the Dumfries bypass between Locharbriggs and Lincluden.

The road is closed and is expected to stay closed for some time to allow for a full crash investigation to take place.

Diversions have been put in place which takes traffic through Dumfries town centre.

Motorists are asked to bear this in mind if planning to travel in Dumfries over the next while due to the expected traffic queues that are likely.

Anyone who was driving in the area at the time and who witnessed the crash is asked to call Police Scotland on 101.

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