Police have confirmed that a 74-year-old woman has died following a collision on the A6 near Plumpton last week.
Ann Miller, from Penrith, was the front seat passenger in a VW Golf travelling north on the A6 between Penrith and Carlisle on Wednesday 9 August.
At 12.30pm the car collided with a white Mercedes van travelling in the other direction in the area of Plumpton Foot.
The van driver was uninjured.
The family of Ann Miller have released the following statement:
The B7020 near Springwells and C98A roads have now been re-opened, after what was thought to be an over-turned tanker has been cleared.
The collision was in fact between an overturned car and a tanker that was upright.
The crash caused an oil leak. It took four fire engines to clear the road.
Annan police are appealing for witnesses after a collision involving a 72-year-old woman pedestrian and a passing vehicle.
It happened at the junction between Downies Wynd and High Street at around 12.00pm on Wednesday 17th September.
The pensioner was not seriously injured, and did not need medical attention.
The police are asking anyone with information to get in touch.
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:
Police have named a driver who has died, following a crash near Hodden in Dumfries and Galloway.
64-year-old Edward Gilmour from Ecclefechan died in Glasgow's Western General Hospital, three days after the crash.
Police want to speak to the drivers of a Black Astra and a Volkswagon Transporter, who have been identified as witnesses to the accident.