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"Nine others have been treated at the scene or transferred to Crosshouse Hospital for observations." A dog walker, who did not wish to be named, said: "Apparently one person is dead. When accidents like this happen, it affects everyone.
"I heard it when I was on the bus back from college.
Created a burgh in 1846, one of the last to be established in Scotland, Ardrossan became a centre of railway engineering, shipbuilding and oil refining.
It still maintains a ferry link with Arran (dating from 1834) and the Isle of Man (dating from 1892), and timber bound for the paper mill at Irvine is imported.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to relocate one of Scotland’s busiest ferry crossings will be challenged in the law courts if approved, it has been warned.
North Ayrshire Council chiefs have said they may seek a judicial review if the Scottish government switches the Brodick ferry service from Ardrossan to Troon.
Interviewed for a Herald magazine feature today, Mr Joe Cullinane, leader of North Ayrshire council, said when asked about the options should Troon win: “The council would need to consider a judicial review.The service involved was the Service 585 from Greenock to Ayr."Our first thoughts are with those affected by this incident.It is the latest move in the determined campaign to keep the crossing in Ardrossan which is battling to retain the 180-year-old service amid attempts by Associated British Ports (ABP) to shift it to Troon, around 15 miles further south.APB recently lost a service to Northern Ireland from the affluent South Ayrshire town and has promised to invest £8m if the Arran service is transferred to the mothballed Troon port.
"If you look at the most recent SIMD [Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation] data, the most deprived data-zone within that is Ardrossan Central.