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I left the scene of the accident only …

Comment posted ForArgyll on Pause by S.White.

I left the scene of the accident only when I saw the blue lights approaching, to allow them space to operate, and when I was driving past the scene a couple of hours later I saw the police had taped it. So I’m not criticising, just curious.

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  • To change the subject – has anyone got any information about the accident at Port Ann last Wednesday morning? I arrived on the scene just a few minutes after it happened, engine still hot, car upside down, no occupant(s) in sight.

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