Tributes have been paid to a motorist killed after his car burst into flames in Aberdeenshire.
Jamie Greig's car may have hit a wall before catching fire on the South Deeside Road at Maryculter Bridge on May 6 at around 5.45am.
The 31-year-old father-of-one, from Aberdeen, worked at a car garage at Dyce.
His death was the first of two on the road in less than a week. Zoe Dunn, 18, from Aboyne, died after her car collided with a tree on the road, close to Banchory, on Friday.
On Monday, Duncan Greig paid tribute to his brother saying he would be “sadly missed” by friends and family.
He said: "Jamie had worked as an auto electrician with Kirkhill Auto Services in Dyce for 14 years starting out as an apprentice since leaving Harlaw Academy at 17.
“He enjoyed socialising with friends, a round of golf but his passion was fishing. He will be sadly missed by friends, family and workmates."
Mr Greig is survived by parents Helen and Tony, his older brother Duncan and his 13-year-old son Jack.
A service to celebrate his life will be held at Aberdeen Crematorium on Friday at 1.35pm.
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