Family of lorry driver who died in crash 'thank those who stopped to help' 

David White was pronounced dead at the scene following the collision near Crianlarich on February 20.

Family of David White who died in lorry crash on A82 pay tribute to those who stopped to help Google Maps

The family of a lorry driver who died in a crash on the A82 have thanked members of the public who stopped to help him.

David White died after his white Scania lorry was involved in a collision around 7.20am on February 20.

Emergency services rushed to the scene of the crash between Crianlarich and Tyndrum however Mr White was pronounced dead.

Police confirmed enquiries into the crash are “ongoing”.

Mr White’s family said the 61-year-old from Sheffield “loved Scotland”.

In a statement, they said: “Our family would like to offer our gratitude to those who stopped to help David. You all went above and beyond your duties and we know how challenging that must have been.

“We find comfort in knowing good people were there and doing everything they could for him.

“To everyone involved, thank you for your genuine care and support during such a difficult time for our family.
Dave had his last journey doing what he loved (lorry driving) in a place he loved (Scotland).”

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information which hasn’t yet been passed to police can call 101, quoting reference 0462 of Tuesday, February 20.”

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