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Tributes paid to Logan Carrie after his death on A92

Logan Carrie Image copyright Other
Image caption Logan died of his injuries after being struck by a car

The family of a nine-year-old boy killed on the A92 at Glenrothes in Fife have paid tribute to him.

Logan Carrie was struck by a car in the Cadham area of the town on Tuesday evening.

He was taken by ambulance to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy but died from his injuries.

In a statement released through the police, his mother Sionaid Brown said the family were devastated by the loss of "a very sensitive soul".

Ms Brown said: "The whole family is devastated by the loss of Logan.

"He was so cheeky. He loved playing tricks on people but was a very sensitive soul. He didn't like seeing people hurt or sad. He loved giving to charity as well.

"Logan was so close to his brother Zachary as well. The bond between them was incredible. They've never been apart.

"He will also be greatly missed by his grandfather and other siblings."

Image copyright Ian Heggie
Image caption The incident happened on Tuesday evening

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