Ronald Highcock, 83, dies three weeks after M9 crash

Crash scene Both cars went down an embankment after the crash

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An elderly male driver involved in a two-car crash on the M9 at Stirling on 28 April has died.

Ronald Highcock, 83, of South Ayrshire, died at Forth Valley Royal Hospital on Monday as a result of his injuries.

The 78-year-old passenger of the car is still recovering in hospital following the collision near the Keir Roundabout. Her condition was described as stable.

Both vehicles went down an embankment following the crash. A report has been submitted to the procurator fiscal.

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