Family pay tribute to 'one of a kind' man who died in three-car crash

Cameron Pearson, from Aboyne, was named locally after the collision on Saturday.

Tributes are being paid to a ‘one of a kind’ 23-year-old who died in a crash in Aberdeenshire on Saturday afternoon.

Cameron Pearson, from Aboyne, has been named locally following the collision which took place on the B9077 South Deeside Road near Maryculter in Aberdeen at around 3pm on February 17.

A 32-year-old man was also pronounced dead at the scene.

Cameron’s sister has described him as “the best big brother and an amazing friend”.

She shared: “Yesterday we lost my brother Cameron. We are all so heartbroken and not sure what we are going to do without him. He was the best big brother and an amazing friend.

“We’re missing you so much already Cameron.”

Cameron worked at Kyle Sutherland Joinery, based in Alford. The company have described him as “more than just an employee” but instead considered family.

They said: “As many of you who had met/worked alongside Cammy will know he was hardworking and would do anything for anyone. He had the kindest of hearts, he truly was one of a kind.

“We are absolutely devastated and send our thoughts to Cammy’s family at this very difficult time. We will do everything we can to support them. You will be forever missed Cammy.”

The road was closed for nine hours following the crash.Jasper Image

The B9077 road was closed for nine hours while investigations into the fatal crash involving a black Volkswagen Golf, grey Skoda Kamiq and grey Audi Q5, were carried out.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward as well as anyone with dashcam footage.

Sergeant Peter Henderson from the North East Road Policing Unit said: “Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the men who have died. Our officers will continue to support them as enquiries progress.

“We are appealing to anyone who witnessed the crash to contact us. We also ask anyone with dash-cam footage and was in the area at the time to come forward.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting incident 1931 of February, 17, 2024.

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