Man dies following RTC in Cowdenbeath

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Police Scotland have confirmed to Edge Radio that a man has died after a collision between a car and a pedestrian on the A909.

The incident occurred just before 7 PM on Monday 8th November. Emergency Services were called to the site of the collision, but a 41-year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene.

The A909 was closed for over 6 hours whilst a full collision investigation took place. Inspector Andy Gibb of, of Police Scotland’s Road Policing Unit, said: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends at this difficult time.”

He also urged anyone who may have seen anything or been passing with a dashcam in their vehicle to contact the police.

Meanwhile, Councillor Darren Watt took to Twitter to ask people not to share “unverified information”

Please do not share any names or unverified info following the tragic incident on the A909 between #Cowdenbeath & #Kelty. I would urge those doing so to stop & delete any posts and comments straightaway. It is very unhelpful and can be causing unnecessary upset and distress. – Cllr Darren Watt (Cowdenbeath)


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