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Police make arrest following Tyninghame crash

David Armstrong, Jenna Barbour, and Josh James-Stewart died in the crash. Pictures: Facebook

David Armstrong, Jenna Barbour, and Josh James-Stewart died in the crash. Pictures: Facebook

A man has been arrested following an investigation into a car crash that saw three teenagers lose their lives.

Police Scotland arrested the a 16-year-old male yesterday in relation to alleged road traffic offences connected to the fatal collision on Monday night.

Jenna Barbour, 18, Josh James-Stewart, 16, and David Armstrong, 15, were killed when the car they were travelling in hit a wall near to Tyninghame, East Lothian. A fourth passenger, Robbie Gemmell, 16, survived. The three boys were all in their fifth year at Dunbar Grammar School, and Jenna had left the school in the summer.

A report outlining the findings of the investigation to date will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

 
 
 

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