The parents of a teenager left brain damaged when she was swept into the sea say they have been 'overwhelmed' by the support they have received since the tragedy.
Katie-Lou MacLean and her family had only lived in Eyemouth for five months when she was seriously injuried as she tried to save a friend. She's still being treated in hospital but her parents hope she could be home by Christmas.
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Peter Morrison had been sending text messages and driving at excessive speeds in rain and wind before the crash near Tebay in February 2016.
Richard Wales tried to sell a tiger's head, tiger claws and a leopard claw with adverts on Gumtree and eBay.
Young's Seafood itself is now on the market. The potential sale is understood not to have an affect on the possible closure of Pinneys.