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Police Scotland admit failings "materially contributed" to M9 death

Police Scotland has pleaded guilty to health and safety failings and fined £100,000 over the death of a couple who lay in a crashed car at the side of the M9 for three days before being discovered.

Chief Constable Iain Livingstone arriving for a hearing in the M9 death crash case at Edinburgh High Court

Chief Constable Iain Livingstone arriving for a hearing in the M9 death crash case at Edinburgh High Court

Date - 7th September 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The force admitted their failings “materially contributed” to the death of Lamara Bell, 25, who died alongside her partner John Yuill, 28, after their car crashed off the M9 near Stirling in July 2015. A call was made to the...
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