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Man dies in crash between two cars and a lorry on A1 near Eyemouth

Road smash tragedy

The dead man was in one of two cars involved in a smash with an HGV on the major road in the Borders.

A MAN has died in a crash between two cars and a lorry. The collision happened on the A1 near Eyemouth in the Borders at around 12.40am today.

The crash happened on the A1 near to EyemouthThe crash happened on the A1 near to Eyemouth

Police said it involved two cars and a heavy goods vehicle, with a man in one of the cars dying at the scene.

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Part of the road was closed while officers investigated the scene and an appeal has been made for any witnesses.


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