Four are killed on the roads.FOUR people were killed on Scotland's roads at the weekend.
Adriver died after losing control of his car on a bend on the A914 Cupar to Pitlessie road in Fife at around 2am yesterday.
Another man was killed when a car came off the A95 Aviemore Coordinates:
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A walker died at 10.35 the same night when he was hit by a car on the A9 north of Plean, Stirlingshire.
On Friday night, a 21-year-old driver was killed when his car was in collision with a tipper lorry on the B7076 Gretna to Abington road near Ecclefechan, Dumfriesshire.
A 27-year-old passenger in the car was seriously hurt but his injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.
None of the men had been named last night.