The A76 has re-opened in both directions following a crash in the early hours of this morning.
The road was closed between Thornhill and Carronbridge for around eight hours, to allow police to carry out their investigations.
A 44-mile diversion was in place, however traffic has now returned to normal.
A man has suffered severe injuries after being crushed by a paper baler at a Cumbrian waste site.
Police were called to the Cumbria Waste Management plant in Workington at 1pm on Sunday, where they found a man trapped under several tonnes of paper.
The fire brigade spent 30 minutes working to free the man, who is thought to be local.
He was airlifted to the RVI Hospital in Newcastle where his condition is said to be stable.
The man suffered severe injuries including a fractured pelvis and broken ribs.
An investigation into the accident is now being carried out by the Health and Safety Executive.
The A76 is closed in both directions between Thornhill and Carronbridge due to a serious road traffic accident.
A 44-mile diversion is in place whilst Police Scotland deal with the incident.
Motorists are advised to allow extra time for their journey.
There's currently a rolling road block in place on the M6 in Cumbria due to an accidnet.
Northbound traffic between junction 37 (Kendal) and junction 38 (Tebay) is being affected.
The A591 is closed in Sedgwick due to a multiple-vehicle accident.
Drivers are being warned of slow traffic northbound between the Hawes Lane and A6 junctions.
The family of 18-year-old Josh Wilson, who was killed in a motorbike accident in Aspatira, have paid tribute to a "level headed and practical boy who will be sorely missed."
He was riding his motorbike when the accident happened at Heathfield Bridge on Thursday 25th September.
He was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, but died on Friday 26th September.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with serious injuries following a crash in the Scottish Borders. Police say the biker was in collision with a Jaguar car on the A68 at Soutra Hill on Friday (6th June) at around 4.15 pm. Officers are appealing for witnesses as they investigate the crash
A woman has been airlifted to hospital after falling from her mountain bike in Kirroughtree Forest near Newton Stewart.
The cyclist suffered head and neck injuries after being thrown from her handlebars whilst making her way through one of the sections of the famous 7 Stanes tracks on Saturday afternoon.
She was brought to safety by the Galloway Mountain Rescue and team before the air ambulance transferred her to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
One lane is closed on the M6 southbound between junction 44 and junction 45, due to an accident.
Two lanes are closed northbound on the A74 (M) between junctions 21 and 20, due to a crash involving two lorries.
One of the lorries struck the central reservation, and it is expected that the two lanes will be closed for some time.
Traffic heading towards Lockerbie is also being affected.