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A861 crash driver was on wrong side of road

A MAN has lost his driving licence for two years after he caused an accident near the Corran Ferry by driving on the wrong side of the road.

Mark Thompson collided with Brian Cowley’s vehicle on March 8, 2014, on the A861.

Fort William Sheriff Court heard on Monday (February 27) that Thompson had driven up from Leeds on March 8 on business and had taken the ferry to Ardgour with the intention of heading to Mingary Castle. He was one of only three cars who had taken the crossing and was the only car to turn left.

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