Tribute to pedestrian Mary McNeill killed by council van

Mary McNeill Mary McNeill was killed in Moray Way North in Dalgety Bay

The daughter of a pedestrian who died after being hit by a council van in Fife has paid tribute to her mother saying she would be "sadly missed".

Mary McNeill, 76, was struck by the local authority vehicle in Dalgety Bay at about 10:30 on Thursday.

Mrs McNeill, from Dalgety Bay, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her daughter, Valerie, said her mother had recently moved to the area and said she was "an active lady who enjoyed the company of family and friends".

She said: "Mary will be sadly missed by all who knew her, especially her family."

The van driver was not injured but was taken to hospital for a check-up.

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