Man who died in A92 crash 'lived his life with love and laughter'

David Millar, 46, was pronounced dead after emergency services arrived at the scene on July 14.

Man who died in single-car crash on A92 between Stonehaven and Dundee named by Police Scotland Google Maps

A man who died in a fatal road collision on the A92 has been named by police.

David Millar from St Cyrus was pronounced dead following the single-vehicle crash, which occurred around 1.35pm on July 14 near North Esk bridge.

In a statement, his partner Donna paid tribute to the 46-year-old, saying there was “so much more” the couple planned to do together.

She said: “David lived his life with love and laughter. 46 is too young.

“It is cruel that this chapter of our life, our recent move to Aberdeenshire, has been cut short and we cannot live our dreams together, there was so much more we were meant to do.

“He was loved by everyone and could throw a legendary BBQ.

“David will be sorely missed by his family and friends in Scotland, and his parents, sisters and wider family in New Zealand.”

Road policing sergeant Eoin Maxwell said: “Our thoughts remain with the family of David at this very difficult time.

Enquiries are continuing into the incident and anyone with further information is encouraged to contact 101, quoting reference number 1506 of July 14.”

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