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A90 crash victim named by police

A 44-year-old woman who died in a crash in Aberdeenshire last week has been named by police.

Bettina Adams, from the Peterhead area, died in a collision between the car she was driving and a lorry near Harehill on the A90.

The crash, on the Aberdeen to Ellon road, happened on 21 January.

Grampian Police said inquiries into the crash were continuing and appealed for anyone with information to contact them.

Insp Roddy MacInnes said: "It can be easy for people to think that others will have told the police what they have seen and therefore there is no need for me to come forward.

"But we need to remember that Bettina Adams has tragically lost her life in this collision and therefore if you were there and saw what happened please call us on 0845 600 5700."

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