Family tribute to man killed in Fife crash

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Adam Vallot was a newly-qualified electrician with Scottish Hydro

The family of a young man who died in a Fife car crash have paid tribute to the "true gentleman" who "achieved so much in a short time".

Adam Vallot, 21, from Kirkcaldy, died when the Honda Civic he was driving collided with a Land Rover Freelander on Sunday, just after 2100 GMT.

The crash happened on the B925 Kirkcaldy to Auchtertool road.

The family said the newly-qualified electrician had been "very popular" with his Scottish Hydro colleagues.

His family said: "Adam, more affectionately known as Addy, was a true gentleman in every way and achieved so much in a short time.

"He was a newly-qualified electrician with Scottish Hydro and very popular with his workmates.

"He lived life to the full with his large group of close-knit friends, invading Ibiza, Creamfields and Newcastle on occasions.

"He was an enthusiastic football supporter, a Raith Rovers season ticket holder, with a passion for Liverpool F C.

"We are all so proud of you Adam and will miss you forever."

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