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Berwick woman killed in Scottish Borders crash

A woman who died in a road crash near Kelso on June 17th has been named as Michelle Bennett.

Police Scotland confirmed the 47-year-old, from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, died after the Suzuki Ignis she was travelling in overturned on the B6350 near Redden Farm.

A female passenger was air lifted to hospital in Edinburgh, and remains in a serious but stable condition.

A further two passengers, and the female driver of the car, were taken to Borders General Hospital. Their injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

Officers are asking any witnesses to get in touch by calling Police Scotland on 101.

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New-born twins have separate nationalities

Twins Dylan and Hannah Credit: Donna Keenan

Donna Keenan went into labour at her home in Northumberland four weeks early. Dylan Joseph was born at home in Wooler but his sister refused to emerge. So paramedics rushed Donna to Borders General Hospital where Hannah Rose was born, making her Scottish!

Cross border twin babies Credit: Donna Keenan
Mum Donna with her twins Credit: Donna Keenan
He's English, she's Scottish Credit: Donna Keenan

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