Three people have been seriously injured in two motorcycle crashes on roads in the Borders.
Two riders collided on their Kawasaki bikes at around 1.30pm on Sunday on the A708 between Selkirk and Moffat.
The motorcyclists, a 41-year-old from Sunderland and a 53-year-old from Midlothian, were taken to Borders General Hospital.
The road was closed for four hours following the incident.
Elsewhere, a 49-year-old from Newcastle is being treated at Dumfries Infirmary for “broken bones” after his motorbike left the road on the B6357 near Hews Bridge at Newcastleton.
The second incident took place at 11.15am.
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