Two hurt in three-car smash
Two men were taken to Dumfries Infirmary after a three-car crash near Lockerbie on Tuesday night.
The accident involved a Kia Venga being driven by a 91-year-old man from Lochmaben, a Ford Focus being driven by a 29-year-old man from Dumfries, and an Isuzu D-Max being driven by a 56-year-old man from Lockerbie.
The collision happened on the A709 at Shillahill Bridge around 7pm.
The Kia overturned and blocked the road at the scene.
The 91-year-old and the driver of the Focus were taken to Dumfries Infirmary.
They were treated for
The lorry which jack-knifed on the M74 near the Moffat junction on Wednesday minor cuts and bruises caution as debris was before being released. scattered across other
On Wednesday, the M74 lanes. just north of junction 15 at The accident, which Moffat was reduced to one happened around 5.20pm, lane after an accident resulted in long tailbacks involving a lorry. and slow moving vehicles
Drivers were warned to on the southbound approach the scene with carriageway.