Emergency services have been dealing with a road traffic collision on the A76 north of Dumfries.
A heavy goods vehicle has reportedly overturned and is blocking the road.
Police investigating a crash in Keswick have identified a man who died in the incident as Paul Wilson, 56.
Paul Wilson died at the scene after the car he was travelling crashed into a wall.
Anyone with information or who may have seen the incident is asked to contact police on 101.
Police investigating a serious crash on the M6 that caused major traffic disruption earlier this week are appealing for witnesses.
The collision happened shortly after 6am on Monday when a milk tanker collided with a lorry on the southbound carriageway of the M6 between junctions 35 and 34 near Carnforth. The milk tanker jack-knifed and collided with the central reservation causing debris to fall on to the northbound carriageway which then collided with a BMW saloon car causing minor damage. The tanker leaked fuel and milk out onto the carriageway and the articulated lorry shed its load of wooden floor panels.
The driver of the milk tanker, a 56 year old man, suffered serious injuries to his neck, spine, pelvis and legs and was airlifted to Royal Preston Hospital where he remains in a stable condition. The driver of the articulated lorry, a 50 year old man, suffered whiplash and cuts and bruises to his face and body.
Although the crash happened in Lancashire it caused major delays and disruption on the M6 in Cumbria.
The southbound carriageway was closed for 21 hours for a full examination of the scene, recovery of the vehicles and the clean-up operation, which included resurfacing work. It reopened at 3am on Tuesday 8 March.
Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting log 181 of 7 March.
Two serious crashes have completely closed the southbound carriageway of the M6 in south Cumbria and Lancashire leading to major traffic disruption.
The motorway is shut between junction 36 at Kirkby Lonsdale and junction 34 at Lancaster following the collisions this morning.
Police say the motorway is likely to be closed for most of the day.
The first incident occurred at around 4am and led to 300 litres of diesel leaking onto the road surface at junction 34 when a lorry struck the central reservation, rupturing its fuel tank. The lorry has been removed from the scene but the road requires resurfacing due to the diesel leak.
The second collision happened just after 6am, close to junction 35 at Carnforth, and involved three lorries. This incident also led to a large diesel spillage and the road will need to be resurfaced once the police investigation has been completed.
As well as the southbound carriageway being completely shut, the northbound carriageway is down to just one lane.
Motorists are advised to leave the M6 at junction 40 and travel southbound via the A66 and A1.
A diversion has also been set where drivers are asked to leave the M6 at junction 36 and take the A65 and A683 before re-joining the M6 at junction 34.
A stretch of the M6 at Penrith has reopened after cows closed the northbound carriageway.
At around 10am a Land Rover Discovery with a trailer full of cattle was involved in a crash with a Citroen Relay van, driven by a 32-year-old man from Birmingham.
Following the collision, in which neither driver was injured, cows got on to the carriageway.
A vet was called to the scene to check the animals and the motorway has now re-opened.
Police were called today to reports of a three vehicle collision on the A590 close to Greenodd Ulverston.
The vehicles below were involved in the collision:
- - A Red Skoda Fabia, driven by a 54 year old female from Lancashire
- - A grey Renault Scenic, driven by a 43 year old woman from Ulverston
- - A Silver Vauxhall driven by a 48 year old woman from Ulverston
All three drivers received treatment for minor injuries at the scene.
The road was closed for a time following the collision to allow police investigation and for recovery of vehicles.
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Police are dealing with a road traffic collision on Harrington Road in Workington.
The road has been closed between the crossroads at the TA centre, and Fearon’s Flowers.
Motorists and pedestrians are asked to avoid the area and use alternative routes.
Police are at the scene of a two-car traffic collision in the Scottish Borders.
The collision happened at around 4:30pm on the Galashiels Road one mile north of Stow.
Firefighters and paramedics are in attendance and traffic diversions in place.
Motorists are being advised to seek alternative routes via the A72 or A68.
Police in the Borders are appealing for witnesses following a one-vehicle collision that left the driver with serious injuries.
The collision happened on the B6355 Chirnside to Ayton Road near to Peelwalls Farm, Berwickshire at around 4.30pm yesterday.
A silver Seat Alhambra car left the road while negotiating a double bend. It struck a tree before coming to rest down an embankment.
The 43-year-old male driver sustained serious injuries and was taken by ambulance to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
His condition is now described as stable.
The road was closed for around four hours to allow police to carry out a collision investigation.
Officers are asking anyone who may have witnessed the collision to come forward.
Anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who saw the vehicle at another point yesterday is asked to call police on 101.