Cumbria Police releases A7 crash victims' names

Crash scene The crash happened on the A7 on Thursday morning

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Police have released the names of two people who died in a crash on the A7 in north Cumbria.

The collision, at the Blackford junction near Carlisle on Thursday morning, involved a car, a minibus and a lorry.

Rebecca Louise Rennie, 23, from Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders, was a passenger in the minibus.

Lorry driver, Ian Gordon McQueen, 43, from Lochside, Dumfries, was also pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the minibus, a 56-year-old man from Newcastleton, was seriously hurt. No details of his condition have been released.

Other passengers and the female driver of the Ford Focus, suffered a range of injuries, none of them are believed to be serious.

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