Police appeal for witnesses following accident in Selkirk

RAF helicopter opposite Selkirk Rugby Club's ground ready to take the victim of an accident earlier on in Selkirk town centre. Ambulance staff carry the victim to the helicopter.
RAF helicopter opposite Selkirk Rugby Club's ground ready to take the victim of an accident earlier on in Selkirk town centre. Ambulance staff carry the victim to the helicopter.
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Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision in Selkirk around 3.15pm yesterday (December 15), in which an elderly lady was seriously injured.

The incident took place in Market Place and involved the woman pedestrian being struck by an articulated lorry.

The A7 was closed for several hours while emergency services responded to the incident and Police Scotland carried out full accident investigations.

Sergeant Scott Sneddon, who is in charge of the investigation, said: “I am appealing for any witnesses to this incident who have not already spoken to officers, to call us on 101.”