Police in the Scottish Borders are appealing for witnesses after a fatal road traffic collision in which a car lost control on a bend before flipping over and colliding with a fence.
The accident, which took place on the B6350 near Redden Farm at around 4.15pm on Friday, June 17, involved a silver Suzuki Ignis.
A 47-year-old woman, who was sitting in the rear of the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene. Another female passenger was taken by air ambulance to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for treatment where she remains in a serious but stable condition.
The female driver and a further two passengers, a man and a woman, were taken to the Borders General Hospital, however their injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
There were no other vehicles involved in this incident.
The road was closed for around six-and-a-half hours to allow a full collision investigation to be carried out.
Police are today urging anyone who saw the vehicle or the collision to come forward immediately.
Sergeant Andy Gibb of the Road Policing Unit based in Dalkeith said: "This is an extremely tragic incident and our thoughts are today with the family of the woman who sadly passed away.
"Our enquiries into this collision are ongoing as we look to establish the full set of circumstances.
"I would urge anyone who was travelling in the area and who remembers seeing the vehicle prior to the collision to please contact police on 101 if not already done."
The family of an 81-year-old man who lost his life in a road traffic collision in the Scottish Borders last week have today paid tribute to him.
William Downie from Lamancha was involved in a collision with an HGV on the A701 south of Leadburn at around 12:20pm on Thursday, June 16th.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
In a statement issued through Police Scotland his family said: "We are devastated at our loss of a much loved husband, dad, gramps, great-gramps, brother and uncle.
"He will be sorely missed and we are comforted by the messages from the community, who valued his help and friendship over the many years."
Sergeant Gary Taylor of the Road Policing Unit, said: "Our thoughts are with the family of William Downie at this very sad time and we will continue to offer them support as and when they need it.
"Our inquiries into the circumstances that led up to this collision are ongoing and I ask anyone with relevant information to contact police on 101 if not already done so."
A motorcyclist was rushed to hospital on Wednesday evening after his Suzuki GSX650 motorcycle was involved in a collision with a tractor and trailer.
The accident happened around 5.50pm on the A711 Dumfries - Dalbeattie road near Beeswing village, about six miles west of Dumfries.
The 55-year-old motorcyclist, from Elgin, was flown to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary with internal injuries and a fractured arm. The 29-year-old man driving the tractor wasn't injured.
The road was completely closed as emergency services worked at the scene and the air ambulance was brought in with staff helping the personnel and police.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses who were on the road at this time or who saw either vehicle before the collision.
Police carried out an investigation into the accident but only the motor cyclist was injured. The driver of the tractor and trailer which was loaded with silage suffered only shock.
The ambulance carrying the motor cyclist was given a police escorted to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary but no details have been given of his condition.
Police were called to a serious road collision at St Bees this morning.
The crash happened on the B5345 (St Bees Road) and the road was closed from the Sandwith junction to the Wilson Pit Road junction for around three hours.
The road has now re-opened.
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.