Jim Clark Rally inquiry sees new evidence
An inquiry at Edinburgh Sheriff Court into three deaths at the Jim Clark Rally has seen official documents that revealed where the victims were standing was "highly dangerous".
A fatal accident inquiry into the deaths heard that set-up plans for the Jim Clark Rally near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders had said the area around where the accident happened should be "kept clear".
Colin Gracey, a spectator who witnessed the crash, says he saw a rally "warning" car stopping and talking to the group, who moved backwards into the field. He added as soon as the car left, the people moved back to where they had been.
Iain Provan, 64, Elizabeth Allan, 63, and Len Stern, 71, lost their lives at the Jim Clark Rally near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders in 2014.
The death of spectator Joy Robson, 51, at the Snowman Rally near Inverness in 2013, is also being looked into.