A cyclist has been seriously injured in a crash with a vehicle on a country road in the Scottish Borders.
The accident happened on the Innerleithen to Traquair B709 road on Wednesday 26th September at around 2pm.
The cyclist, a 64 year old man form Haddington, was taken to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary by ambulance with what has been described as serious injuries.
The accident closed the road for 5 hours.
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