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Sunk car caused chaos for ferries

A FORMER tourism chief found his car underwater at Portavadie slip after going to get a cuppa.

Ex-high ranking civil servant Peter McKinlay, a one-time chief of Scottish prisons and head of the Scottish Tourist Board in the year 2000, was travelling to a 60th anniversary school reunion in Campbeltown. Mr McKinlay, 77, from Edinburgh, had planned to take three ferries, including one from Portavadie to Tarbert, to cut his driving distance.

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