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Driver given six points

A MUSIC teacher who collided with another car on an ‘accident prone’ bend near Onich was given six penalty points and fined £500.

Mark Reynolds had been teaching in Ballachulish Primary on November 3, 2016, when he failed to negotiate a left hand bend on the A82 and caused an accident.

Procurator Fiscal Cat Dalrymple told the court on the morning in question the weather was wet, roads were damp and there was heavy traffic. The incident, which occurred at 11.55am, saw Reynold’s Skoda spin, travel backward into a fence and house, and leave the other car, a Fiat, badly damaged.

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