Passenger who died in crash on A9 at Ralia named

Abigail and Mia Houston Abigail Houston and her daughter Mia also died in the crash

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The third victim of a two-vehicle crash that claimed the lives of a mother and daughter has been named by police.

Dr Mohammad Ali Hayajneh, 62, was from Duisburg in Germany.

He was a passenger in a Jeep Cherokee involved in a collision with an Audi A4 close to Ralia, near Kingussie, on 9 July.

Abigail Houston, 42, and seven-year-old Mia, from the Trinity area of Edinburgh, were travelling in the Audi and also died in the accident.

Tributes to them were paid by their family last week.

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