A woman has died and another is being treated for serious injuries following a collision involving a vehicle and 2 horses and riders.
The incident happened at around 5.30pm on the B725 Road, between Clarencefield and Bankend.
Police Scotland said a woman from Clarencefield received fatal injuries and another local female is presently being treated for serious injuries.
They are appealing for witnesses, or people that were in the area at the time, to get in touch.
Police say a child who was taken to hospital following a crash in Cumbria is not as badly injured as first thought.
The incident happened on Friday 15th November at around 5pm.
The child is still in hospital care.
Three people have been left seriously injured and one other is in a stable condition in hospital following three separate road collisions in the Scottish Borders.
All of the crashes happened in different locations on Friday 28th June.
The seriously injured are a 90-year-old woman, a 21-year old man and a 45-year-old man.
Sergeant Brian Jones, from J Division (Lothians and Scottish Borders) Road Policing Unit, Police Scotland, said:
Two women from Selkirk had to be cut from this wreckage after a taxi and tram crashed in Manchester. Both are now recovering in hospital.
Jacqueline Reid and Ruth McCartney, both from Selkirk, had to be cut free from the wreckage after a taxi and a tram crashed in Manchester. They were taken to hospital where Miss McCartney was found to have broken both collar bones and Miss Reid had suffered cuts and bruises.
The women, along with partners Neil Purves and Ryan Christie, were in Manchester for the Grillstock Festival. Both are now recovering and are expected to be released on Monday 10th June.
A 48-year-old man has been charged with alleged driving offences after a couple died in a road crash in the Scottish Borders.
53-year-old Derek Peoples and his wife Avril Peoples, 51, from Kelso, both died in the collision which took place on the Greenlaw to Cafraemill road on 23rd December 2012.
The man will appear at Selkirk Sheriff Court at a later date.
The family of a young rugby player who was left in a coma after a crash say he's making a slow but steady recovery.
23 year old Steven Higgins spent several weeks in intensive care following the accident on the A66 at Penruddock – five miles west of Rheged on Valentines Day.
Around £2,000 has been raised in a charity rugby match in Carlisle which will go towards a fund to help him continue to improve after he leaves hospital and for the Great North Air Ambulance.
Mr Higgins is still being treated at James Cook University Hospital where he was airlifted in February.
But his family say they hope he will be transfered to a specialist ward at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle sometime this week.
A woman has died following a crash on the A65.
The 3 vehicle collision happened at Spital, between the M6 and Kirby Lonsdale, on Saturday 20th April.
Another woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries.
Police have named the 88 year old driver who died in an accident on the the A596 at Wigton yesterday morning.He was George ATKINSON, 88 years from Thursby.The accident happend at 10:45 yesterday morning.
Mr Atkinson's silver Ford Fiesta was in collision with a lorry at the junction of Station Road.Mr Atkinson was taken to the RVI at Newcastle by air ambulance but died shortly after arrival.The driver of the HGV, a man in his 60s from the Silloth area, was uninjured.
The road was closed for 5 hours whilst collision investigation work and the recovery of the vehicles involved was undertaken. Officers from Cumbria Constabulary Roads Policing Unit are investigating the circumstances surrounding the collision and are appealing for witnesses.