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A LORRY driver involved in an accident on the A77 north of Cairnryan pulled away after exchanging details with the other driver involved... and clipped a police car at the scene. It's understood the Wigtownshire-based driver of a car was involved in the initial incident. Police from Stranraer attended and confirmed no one was hurt. But as the lorry driver moved off, he clipped the police vehicle. Police Scotland told the Free Press: "We received a report of a two-vehicle crash between a lorry and a car on the A77 trunk road near Cairnryan around 10.55am on Wednesday. "There were no injuries and details were exchanged between the two parties." They added damage to the police car was confined to a door.

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