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Old 07-09-2015, 12:02 AM
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Crash Victims May Have Lain Injured for Three Days

A dead man and a seriously injured woman were found in a crashed car three days after the accident was reported to police, it has emerged.
Police Scotland found the pair in a blue Renault Clio just off the M9 near Stirling on Wednesday.
The force admitted the crash had been reported to them on Sunday morning but had not been followed up.
It is believed the two people in the car may have been John Yuill and Lamara Bell.
Mr Yuill, 28, and Ms Bell, 25, had been reported missing to police after last being seen leaving the Loch Earn area of Stirlingshire in a blue Clio in the early hours of Sunday.

It is understood the couple were both from the Falkirk area. A friend of Mr Yuill's described him on Facebook as a "great guy and a brilliant dad".
Police Scotland had launched an appeal for information about the couple on Monday afternoon.
At the time, the force said their disappearance was "completely out of character". It later released a photograph of the car they had been travelling in.
An investigation is being carried out into the incident by the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner.
Assistant Chief Constable Kate Thomson of Police Scotland said officers had been called to the M9 southbound near junction 9 at about 09:50 on Wednesday following a report of a one-car crash involving a Renault Clio that had left the road.
The male driver of the car was pronounced dead at the scene, while the female passenger was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, where she is in a critical condition.
She added: "We believe that this is connected to the ongoing missing persons search for John Yuill and Lamara Bell.
"As part of our investigation into this incident, it has come to light that a call was made to police late on Sunday morning regarding a car which was reported as being off the road.
"For reasons currently being investigated, that report was not followed up at the time. Following a call this morning, officers attended the scene.
"Officers have notified the families of this update. Our thoughts are with both families at this difficult time. A full investigation is currently under way to establish the full circumstances of the incident."


http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-...ntral-33438667

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Old 07-09-2015, 02:25 AM
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"The force admitted the crash had been reported to them on Sunday morning but had not been followed up."


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