Teenager arrested over East Lothian crash deaths

Josh James-Stewart (left), Jenna Barbour (middle) and David Armstrong (right) Josh James-Stewart (left), Jenna Barbour (middle) and David Armstrong (right) died in the accident

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A 16-year-old male has been arrested over a crash in East Lothian which resulted in the deaths of three teenagers.

Jenna Barbour, 18, David Armstrong, 15, and Josh Stewart, 16, from Dunbar, were killed when their Peugeot car hit a wall in Tyninghame at 20:20 on Monday.

Another 16-year-old, Robbie Gemmell, survived.

Police said a 16-year-old had been arrested in relation to alleged road traffic offences.

Jenna had left Dunbar Grammar School after completing sixth year while the three other teenagers were all 5th year pupils at the school.

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