Police Scotland have named two men who died in a crash on the A713 near Carsphairn yesterday morning.
The accident happened at Drumjohn at around 10:40 am when a red Ford Fiesta travelling north was in collision with a white delivery van travelling south.
Van driver Scott Kennedy, 46, was taken by ambulance to Ayr Hospital where he died a short time later. 50 year old Antony Sztuka died at the scene. Both men were from Ayrshire.
A woman has died following a road traffic collision on the A66 near Warcop.
Police were called at 4:53pm yesterday following a crash involving two vehicles.
The road between Brough and Kemplay roundabout was closed in both directions while emergency services dealt with the situation.
A man and child who died following a road traffic collision on the A66 at Crackenthorpe have been named.
Michael Jopson, aged 25, and Tony Jopson, aged 18 months, both of Old Tebay, Penrith, died at the scene of the collision on Monday 25th May 2015.
Michael and his two sons were travelling in the Peugeot 307. The second child, aged under one, was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary. His condition is serious but stable.
The family have paid tribute to Michael and Tony in a statement issued via Cumbria Police.
The statement said:
Police were called at 5:11pm following a two vehicle road traffic collision on the eastbound carriageway.
The vehicles involved were a HGV and a black Peugeot 307.
Michael and his two sons were travelling in the Peugeot 307. The second child, aged under 1, was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary. His condition is serious but stable.
The driver of the HGV, a 47 year old man from County Tyrone, was unhurt.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the collision to contact police on 101 and ask to speak to the Operational Support Unit.
Investigations are ongoing into the A66 crash between a lorry and a car that killed a 25-year-old man from Penrith and a one-year-old child.
It happened at 5.10pm on Bank Holiday Monday at Crackenthorpe near Appleby.
Cumbria Police are still keen to hear from witnesses to the crash as they try to establish the cause.
Police have confirmed that a 25-year-old man from Penrith and a one-year-old boy died in a crash on the A66 at Crackenthorpe near Appleby last night.
A baby, who is under a year, remains seriously ill in hospital.
Watch Kim Inglis' report:
A driver and a child passenger have died and a young baby has been seriously injured in a traffic collision on the A66 at Crackenthorpe in Cumbria.
Police were called to the scene after a Peugeot 307 was in a collision with a HGV.
Officers say the driver of the car, a man from the Penrith area, and a child passenger died at the scene.
A second child, under the age of one, was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
The driver of the HGV, a 47-year-old man from County Tyrone, was unhurt.
Family members of those who died are being supported by specially trained officers.
A 47-year-old man has died following a crash in the Scottish Borders.
Ian James Whyte from Peebles died at the scene when his black Vauxhall Vivaro van came off the B6363 Stow to Lauder road at around 7:30pm on Friday 24th April.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses.
Police Scotland has released a description of a man they believe could have witnessed this weekend's fatal crash on the A7.
He is described as being about 35 years of age, and is believed to have been wearing a green coloured anorak and green wellington boots. He may have been carrying a backpack.
The man was seen walking on the A7 road near to the scene of the crash at around 7am on Saturday morning.
Police are asking him to get in contact.
Police Scotland has named the man who was killed in a one vehicle road crash on the A7 near Langholm in the early hours of Saturday 11 April as Scott Cameron.
The 28-year-old was from Corby Hill in Carlisle.
Police are still appealing for witnesses who may have been on the A7 road between Langholm and the scene of the crash which is just south of Skippers Bridge in Langholm.
The vehicle involved was a white coloured Mini One car and appears to have been travelling north when the crash occurred
The main A7 roadway at the scene was closed to allow for a full crash scene investigation to take place. The Procurator Fiscal has been informed.
Police Scotland are investigating a fatal accident on the A7 around two miles from Langholm yesterday.
It is believed the mini involved crashed down an embankment on the main road between Edinburgh and Carlisle.
The driver died at the scene.
Police believe that the accident occured between 2am and 7:30am and no other vehicles were involved.
The road was closed until 4:30pm with diversions running both north and south.