Tribute paid to 'bubbly' Fife car crash victim Amy Johnstone

Amy Johnstone Amy Johnstone was an auxiliary nurse

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The family of a woman who died in a road crash in Fife have paid tribute to the "bubbly" auxiliary nurse.

Amy Johnstone, 24, from Kennoway, was the passenger in a car which was involved in a collision with a concrete pumping truck on the A916 near Craigrothie, at the Union Farm Kennels.

She had been travelling to work at St Andrews Hospital when the crash took place at about 11:00 on Wednesday.

A man was taken to hospital for treatment to serious injuries.

The HGV driver was not injured in the crash.

Ms Johnstone's sister, Stephanie, said: "Amy was a bubbly, popular young girl, a caring daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin, sister-in-law and fiancee who will be dearly missed by all who knew her."

Insp Brenda Sinclair, of Fife Constabulary, said: "We are very keen to hear from anyone who saw the collision or was driving in the area at about 11:00 on Wednesday, particularly the driver of a dark-coloured Land Rover which was seen in the area at the time."

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