Teenager killed in A90 crash named as family pay tribute to ‘adventurous and outgoing soul’

A 19-year-old killed in a road crash in Aberdeenshire on Monday morning has been named as Dylan Irvine.

Mr Irvine, from Crimond, died as a result of a crash on the A90.

Police were called to the crash between Crimond and St Fergus gas terminal at 7.30am on Monday.

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Mr Irvine was pronounced dead at the scene and an 18-year-old male remains in hospital in critical condition.

Dylan Irvine’s family has paid tribute to him (Police Scotland/PA)Dylan Irvine’s family has paid tribute to him (Police Scotland/PA)
Dylan Irvine’s family has paid tribute to him (Police Scotland/PA)

Mr Irvine’s family paid tribute to the teenager, saying: “Dylan was a loving son, brother and grandson, and was loved by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.

“He is sorely missed by all. He had an adventurous and outgoing soul and had the biggest heart.”

Sergeant Chris Smith, of the North Road Policing Unit, said: “I would again ask anyone who has any information regarding the movements of the vehicle or the occupants, please contact us on 101, quoting incident number 0491 of Monday, 5 October 2020.”

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